From The Anchorage Press: 'Iocane bursts out of the gate with what the kids nowadays call "swagger." The loping rhythm of "The Professional" serves as the foundation for the dual-guitar leads that prove to be the Hoons' strongest weapon. The intro's call-and-response guitars turn point-counterpoint across the stereo while Howland's vocal delivery oozes with confidence. The sounds on Iocane largely fit the '90s mold of indie rock, with arpeggios and fractured angularity demonstrating a devotion to quiet/loud/quiet that would make the Pixies proud. These rough edges are a welcome departure from the keyboards-and-disco-beat slickness that's dominated the aughts. Album closer "Alexandria" slashes and burns, while tracks like "A New Credo" and "Pocou" find the band flexing their chops the most deliberately.' From Alternative Press Magazine: 'They're providing America's last frontier with rock that blends a Brand New sensibility with early '90s alterna-buzz like Afghan Whigs. They're a go-to opener in Anchorage, gigging with everyone from MxPx to Poison The Well, and they played three dates of this past summer's Warped Tour. 'We're aggressive enough for the scene kids but we're not a scene band,' says Howland. 'And our songwriting is complex enough to please an indie rock fan-as long as they're not too drab and snobby.''