“Rad Company from Dayton Oh squeezed five songs of Grimple-influenced thrashy pop on their side of the split. The vocals range from the standard yelling/screaming to growling, then some youth crew thrown in for good measure.”
“i never tire of lyrics about low wage jobs, like rad company's, "worker's constipation." (born, live to work, die!) ”
“upbeat stuff that sounds like a good fucking time with a twelve pack of cheap beer in a sweaty basement at an undisclosed location somewhere in the midwest. hell yeah.”
“The music is spot on and catchy post-Hüsker punk; fast and hook-laden in all the right ways.”
“Rad Company plays heavy and hard-hitting music, but there’s always a little of that emo aftertaste to their songs because of the heart-on-the-sleeve lyrics.”
"The cymbals are crashing all over the place, the singer’s voice is up and down from singing to a moaning growl and the guitar is sloppy as hell. All that said there is something that I like about Rad Company."
"The kids would totally love 'em. Hard working honest melodic punk".