“This is the band that every ’80s synth-pop outfit should be holding themselves up against in terms of quality and a genuine throwback to less complicated times. Emily Kavannaugh and Mark Brooks know their way around a hook or 50, and together their tunes range from mysterious and dark to lovely and pretty, all while plugging in infectious beats, borderline video game noises and an almost unhealthy amount of melody. So many bands are trying desperately to replicate the ’80s this well, and here Night Club even do great justice to a classic INXS song while making it seem effortless.”
“The pair produce dangerously arousing (… Yeah, “erotic” wouldn’t be a strong enough adjective.) songs that take synthesized pop to its pleasantly dirty and accessibly transgressive edges.”
"All these tracks are carnally charged paeans to lustful encounters in the dark corners of the club, where all the best action happens."
"Night Club keep things simple and straightforward without sacrificing memorability; these are monster hooks that are designed to invade brains and stay inside for a long time."
“Night Club’s “Poisonous” Evokes a Racier Britney Spears”
“At the time the pair met, they both wanted to create a pop band in homage to their heroes. But their respective life experiences would lead their music toward a darker arena than Britney Spears. While Emily dealt with her father’s death, Mark faced his own personal demons. Night Club would reflect the pair’s mutual state of mind, offering minor key ballads delving into the underworld of love and sex.”