"Their vocals are raw and rhythms catchy, but it’s the way they emote with such a blatant earnestness that makes them so real."
"TPR's Golden Gloves 1902 EP is a collection of four melodic, catchy, well constructed tracks that will have you singing along from first listen."
" [Somewhere We Can Be Alone] is perfect for going to the beach with that special someone and do a whole of fun things that single people look ridiculous doing by themselves."
" ...[the Pocket Rockets] newest material (and single) “Somewhere We Can Be Alone“, takes me back to where I was. Indie rock met new-wave and had a child that turned out to be The Pocket Rockets. Miss-mashing in between brother shoegaze, and sister post-punk."
"...their new single “Somewhere We Can Be Alone” is a super fun surf bouncer that grabs your ears right from the start."
"the Pocket Rockets, seems happy marriage of the East L.A. trio’s raw, post-punk past and a possibly explosive future."
"And unlike the predominant beach-pop garage rock of the Echo Park bands to the west, they’ve managed to channel a moodier dance-punk vibe (No, Interpol) that must only be influenced if you see the sun set behind the downtown skyline."
“In this exclusive clip, The Enter The Shell Show Interviews singer/ bassist Ralph from the band Pocket Rockets. We take you inside the music news studios and get in-depth with Ralph as we talk about there upcoming video for Turbulence, as well as their 1st album.”
“A couple weeks ago, I had a little conversation with Lyndon Miller, the guitarist of The Pocket Rockets”
“SG Nextwave host Harry Martin introduces March 2011's NextWave artist of the Month, The Pocket Rockets, a rock band based out of East L.A. Featuring their music video for "Turbulence."”