"Slydigs are one of the most catchy new bands I've heard in ages" Rich Deakin, Vive Le Rock
"Slydigs are surely the saviours of modern rock'n'roll, the pure energy of this album is quite astounding! One of our favourite albums of 2012..." Starship Overflow
"...this is a strong debut, and a fair opening salvo on England’s confused rock scene. Final track The Love That Keeps On Giving is a climatic finale, cut from the DNA of Sympathy For the Devil ( ‘woooo woooo’ backing vocals included) it closes the album on an escalating, triumphant peak. Ones to watch." Supajam
"This energetic, fast paced rock n roll band went out and grabbed the guitar scene by the scruff of the neck, shaking up a scene that is now looking more and more likely to emulate the highs of the sixties and nineties." Mancunia Promotions
"One of the 5 tracks you need to listen to this week" NME.com on 'Electric Love'
"Is the U.K. going to have its very own rock revival? Seems likely if the Slydigs have anything to do with it."
Daire Collins, hotpress.com
“Slydigs have got the looks, the haircuts, the riffs, a Manchester postcode and a love of money, women and fast cars. In short, everything they need to be the saviours of rock ‘n’ roll and kick out the indie kids and electronica knob twiddlers.” Review Radio Caroline TV
"Having supported the like of Pete Doherty, New York Dolls, The Fall, Idlewild, Shack and Alabama 3 – this Manchester four piece is well polished but still has that gritty rock edge." - NME Magazine
“Slydigs? Yeah, they’re OK” - David Gilmour, Pink Floyd
“With energy to boot, the band are a tornado of great indie music from thudding drum beats and riffs that makes it impossible to keep still” Review - 100 Club - 2012