"The self-titled release jam packs 15 tracks of guitar/drum duo garage-core onto a single compact disc. The tracks are diverse in their individual manner of rocking, but all are heavy on the rock and roll and to that end, the sum becomes greater than the combined parts. And folks, you just don’t always get that kind of synergy in a duo."
"Armed with songs such as “Saturday Rock ’n’ Roll,” “21 Days” and “Florentine,” plus the ability to whip out covers such as Tina Turner’s “Better Be Good to Me,” The Outfield’s “Your Love” and the Diana Ross/Lionel Ritchie, er, chestnut “Endless Love,” Softie quickly won a fiercely loyal following."
"Softie’s what you wish every Friday night bar band could be but rarely is — a wise and uncontrived combination of knowledge and heart that knows its place but doesn’t fail to rise above."