“The album.... wouldn't have been out of place on the Drive soundtrack somewhere between Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx and College.”
"You could call it dream pop that sounds like a collaboration between Cocteau Twins, School Of Seven Bells, and Luke Vibert..."
“.. happily put my weight behind this ....Fair amount of debate as to what track to play tonight, as I would of quite happily played a number of tracks (from the Album) on the show tonight....this is a choice from me"”
“Strong blast of neo-classic, intense, sparkling indie-pop with a few subtle twists from Cork’s Margaret O’Sullivan.”
"We’ve been impressed with the careful build-up of Femmepop’s career strategy, gradually amassing the body of songs that culminated last month in the release of her debut album From A Girl Who Never Sleeps – produced by Margaret herself and mixed by Gavin Monaghan, no less. Every ambitious artist whose aim is to make a living from music has to tread a fine line between pop accessibility and artistic credibility...Margaret has achieved that ideal balance. We wish her well"
“Straight away I’m going to tell you that I love this album. There is something that has to be respected when you have an artist that creates a work essentially all by themselves. Written, recorded and produced by Margaret O’Sullivan, AKA Femmepop ... we have one solid pop album, all created as a very much DIY effort.”
"From A Girl Who Never Sleeps is an album that I’ll remember for a very long time, it’s difficult to compare her to anyone – she’s just truly unique..An album that expands across multiple genres, and it’s fantastic..and it really should be heard by just about everyone."
“RICHARD USHER BBC RADIO: "A true talent. Amazing songs with a wonderful voice someone to watch out for."”
“DUBLIN CASTLE London ''.........very good, somewhere between Dawn Landes and Tanya Donnely and musically it's a distillation of Breeders , Mazzy Star and The Lemonheads. Yes, all very sugary and cutesy, all the rough edges have been ironed out for radio friendliness, but this is hot property and the confident thrust of the music frames the voice very well.''”