Press

“A chaotic mass of swirling guitars, scorched vocals and throbbing tension… the kind of racket that manages to feel relentlessly imposing and in-your-face while still feeling momentous and sprawling.” – Tom Johnson, GoldFlakePaint

“LA’s Big Air make the kind of high-energy garage rock that makes them easy to like and hard not to listen to on repeat.” – James RettigStereogum

“Their vocals smack of Mac McCaughan, their guitars recall J Mascis or Milk Music… their self-released tape Buds is an infectious pop punk record by a pair of dudes with some serious chops.“ – Evan MinskerPitchfork

“It’s hard not to be floored by just how good this band is directly out of the gate… a hard-charging blast of whip-smart lyrics and off-kilter indie punk that teems with powerpop sensibilities… there’s no shortage of the kind of vibrant energy that allows people to feel truly alive.“ – Steven SpoerlHeartbreaking Bravery

“Their sound is as straight-forward as their self-designation; amped up crunch from a garage with a power pop door. Under the speed and chops there’s some fumes of earlier punk inspired sweatshops like Hüsker Dü and Dinosaur Jr.” – Kevin McFadin, Mr. Atavist