“Take the song “Getting to You.” It’s armed with one of the best lines on the record. “I’ve seen you at the drug store. Your prescription ain’t filled. I’ve seen you in the parking lot giving hand jobs out for pills.” You ain’t getting that from The Black Keys.”
“Foxtrot Uniform is modern Texas blues that picks up the psychedelic pieces of the 13th Floor Elevators, the political sensibility of Willie, the blues chops of Stevie Ray Vaughn, and the balls of hometown heros The Toadies.”
"One of the coolest, most original-sounding bands in North Texas recorded and will soon release one of the grooviest, most delicious slabs of good ol’ fashioned rock ’n’ roll ever heard in these here parts. Huj! Huj! Hajrah! marks Foxtrot Uniform’s arrival as a force in not only North Texas but, hell, the universe."
“Onstage, Foxtrot’s music is a swampy kind of throwback rock, a gruff and raw go at the blues, led by Uptain’s smoky yet smooth voice.”
“Two guys with voice, guitar and drums generate the full breadth of life’s saga. With such a throbbing rhythm, bass lines are implied, almost sensed intuitively.”