"Whether your point of reference is current scene favorite Emperor X or lo-fi troubadour icons The Mountain Goats and Jeffrey Lewis, D.C. outfit Art Sorority for Girls is a treat for fans of lively, literate indie rock."
— WXPN's The Key
"Stuff that gets lumped in with 'anti-folk' or 'folk-punk' doesn't usually have melodies and hooks this strong. Stuff that gets lumped in with 'pop-punk' or 'emo' doesn't usually have this capacity for wordplay. ASFG makes it look easy."
— Kevin Erickson (National Organizing Director, Future of Music Coalition)
"Rock outfit Art Sorority For Girls is responsible for one of the catchiest songs I’ve heard from a D.C. artist this year: the subtly poetic earworm “Man With a Van,” songwriter Daoud Tyler-Ameen’s story of leaving his hometown, told from the bitter perspective of a jilted New York City."
— WAMU's Bandwidth
"The way Daoud writes about masculinity and femininity is fraught, awkward, tender and heartbreaking. I rarely enjoy the way heterosexual men write about women, but Daoud's empathy and honesty elevates his writing beyond (or maybe before) gender."
— Dan Fishback (Director, Helix Queer Performance Network)