"I'm not sure where The Woolly Bushmen came from but they blew every band away at this show with a rollicking set of garage meets punkabilly songs. Their roots seem to be going deeper than 60's garage bands to earlier 50's rock and roll. You can tell these three young dudes practice and you should pay attention to them just for that. Killer tunes and vintage organ playing are ace."
“..good rock & roll band that does frat rock with skill and spark. And by "frat rock," I strictly mean the original early '60s kind, and not any other, more modern connotation whatsoever. They, too, do the garage thing in a way that opts for traditional fidelity over punk revisionism. And they channel it into party-starting, boogie-down workouts. The latter part of their set even showed some hints of deeper psychedelic possibilities."”