"Rio sounds as if she has never sung any other way, with an exalted lasciviousness, and bittersweet innocence of the great divas of the 80s, and the dark erotic aura of Siouxsie Sioux."
“Girls on Film is a surprisingly modern-sounding band, with post-electroclash touches and a desire to bring a rock and roll attitude back to dance music.”
“The sound of Girls On Film is like a more danceable and more serious glam-job of Ladytron, with the feel of Human League.”
“icy-cool New Wave/No Wave sound”
“Heavily based on the Sound of the 1980s and skillfully transferred into the modern age, they intoxicate us... in finest Glam fashion.
Darksound Musik Magazin
“Girls on Film have risked everything to create something that is completely their very own.”
“...goes briskly into the ear and so reminds one more or less again and again of the good old analog Synthie times.”
“Girls On Film’s songs take you back to the soundtracks for ’80s flix... Girls On Film have not only revived this time in music, but they have done it through expressing their own ingenuity.”
Northeast In-Tune Magazine
“Girls On Film’s commitment to their aesthetic and mission seems total and impenetrable... it’s the best robot gang since Tubeway Army. They transcend their obvious influences with the addition of darker, more angular shapes of adventurous ’80s post-punk/electro.”
“(Girls on Film) has managed to put a new spin on electronic music.”
One Way Magazine
“…while the new wave roots are clear, Girls on Film’s sound has a modern twist that keeps your attention and will have you dancing…”
“These girls have their dials set on synth.”
— Nashville Rage