“Sonic terrorists Agents of Change bring their funkified political punk rock to the southwest suburb of Morris at the Korova, 425 E. US Rt. 6. If there is a riot, at least there will be a good soundtrack.”
“...in Chicago, where an underground music scene has plenty of hip-hop artists and punk bands to throw around, AOC is trying to stay ahead of the curve by fusing two, seemingly, un-fusible genres.”
“This band had CHOPS, and the emcee was a beast, flying all over the room, rapping, screaming, stripping, jumping off chairs. And to top it all off, these guys have good politics, an increasingly-rare treat.”
“When Agents Of Change jump on the stage they make you want to jump up and down to the beat of their music. When they leave the stage they make you want you to go out and join the revolution.”
"The truth is here," cracks drummer Mike Curran, with a cockiness ripped from 1970s punk. "Everyone is so sick of, ’Let’s put some rims on our Escalades,’ and people want to get something out of hip-hop, not just ’This Is Why I’m Hot.’"