"Matt Taylor moved back to Louisville in 2004, a talented musician ready to take the world by storm with his awesome band. Now it’s 2013, and today Taylor is a talented musician ready to take the world by storm with his awesome band. Are you ready this time, Louisville? America? World?"
"The songs themselves are tiny textbooks on the construction of pop tunes, each laying eggs that hatch and run around your brain, allowing you to almost sing the choruses before they end, until the next track starts, repeating the process with a different agriculture of addictive melodies, while all the while remaining unpredictive in structure."
"[A] well constructed, and obviously carefully conceived pop album... Plastic Bubble can be more closely identified as like The Microphones or The Magnetic Fields, but with every instrument available employed. The production sounds stripped down, but purposefully crafted to sound like a bedroom 4-track orchestra, which is exactly what you get. Perhaps more interesting is the perpetually shifting nature of each recording, as if every song is treated like it's own mini-album with the production tailored to the material, and not vice-versa."