“…The band is at its best when delivering jittery indie pop rock that manically mixes and blends genres.”
“Kent Ohio-based Sexy Pig Divas blindside’s us with a fresh sophisticated new EP in “Robota. ” Driven by a rich base of pretty piano and intimate gritty guitars, songs like “City Life” churn out crafty progressions with a half smidgen of Western Alt-Country using haunting blended harmonies blanketed in vintage reverb. Offering up a few different vocal sounds that are integrated nicely into well-mixed cohesive sound-amalgams; it’s almost impossible to hear the instrumental seams. The spooky classical piano staggered throughout this dense collection of songs really demonstrates the multi-flavored character of the SPD sound. “Robota” is one of those records that doesn’t ask to be liked, and it doesn’t ask if it’s good music; at first listen… it’s evident.”
“Gregg and Mikita write all of their own songs together and have since the beginning of their career. They each also bring a wide range of instrumental skills to the songs they write. ”
“...[T]he Kent-based twosome of Mikita and Gregg, who met as juniors at Boardman High School in 2003, has become the talk of the Northeast Ohio indie-rock scene with their debut effort, “Eating Square Grapes at Circle Pyramids.”
“'Eating Square Grapes at Circle Pyramids' will showcase a cleaner, more polished sound from Sexy Pig Divas. Mikita's powerful vocals against her eerily, happy, piano-driven songs call up associations with Regina Specktor, Tori Amos and even Björk in some places, while Gregg's more characteristically progressive rock, shoegaze tunes paired with his Dave Grohlesque vocals round out the genre melangé." "Nevertheless, there is a perceivable seriousness to the sound that is likely attributable to the intriguing chemistry between Mikita and Gregg, stemming from the intimate relationship they have with their music and each other. ”
"The group's diverse sound...makes for wide appeal."
"Great 2-piece rock n'roll!"
"They call themselves Sexy Pig Divas and hail from Kent. It was just a really interesting experimental indie low-fi thing…It's just the kind of band you can really get sucked into. Mesmerizing kind of like a "Dry the Rain" Beta Band head bobbing kind of stuff."