"...Their invested pride surrounds their 10-track album, which falls right into the rock ’n’ roll vibe of afternoon MTV shows between 1997 and 2004/5, but more specifically sounds like a young and somewhat raspy Roger Waters singing inside of a huge barrel while The Deftones play behind him...There are little intricacies that vary throughout, though, such as the second track, “Here We Go,” that gets into a somber, Tracy Chapman-esque acoustic-picking style before it erupts into Modest Mouse territory. Also, The Radio Symphonic also strays into a slightly emo-ish feel as well as frankly cacophonic noises as a few frilly phrases of acoustic and electric guitar flitter around one another like blind love birds in flight on a couple of the tracks...The best part is, it’s fair to say the arrangements on The Radio Symphonic are in mighty good taste, with fine examples in almost every song of how an outro is supposed to be done and, lyrically, the disc is just as nice..."
“I turn the corner around the court house square in Murfreesboro on a windy Saturday night and I hear an ever-so-sweet, but almost long forgotten sound. In a city where the trendy run amuck and electronic music and pop rap rule, I hear a rock band! It is February 25, 2012 and the catchy riffs of The Radio Symphonic are blasting out through the front doors of Liquid Smoke. I walk inside, as I am intrigued to find this diamond in the rough playing just a few blocks from MTSU...They play an intense set full of awesome original songs over the next hour and even throw in a few covers. I am utterly impressed.. They offer a fun sound, guaranteed to keep all listeners in a cheery, upbeat mood, and whose alternative rock songs are guaranteed to stay stuck in your head....The most impressive fact to me is that was only their second live show. They definitely have a lot of potential and they will be a fun local act to watch over the next few years to see where their great talent takes.”