"'Blast Off Girls', the first offering from new band Prissy Clerks, is a propulsive, indie 'Siamese Dream'-y anthem that leaves nothing behind but the afterburn."
- NME Magazine
"the quintet is steeped in fractured, reverb-heavy guitar work à la '90s indie-rock bands such as Sebadoh and Pavement. That's balanced out with accordion-buoyed melodies and the girl-gone-mild, slacker-poet frontwoman quality... defined by confused, stuck-in-a-moment lyrics with timeless, universal appeal."
- Minneapolis Star Tribune
"Salyer is a talented songwriter with an appealingly breathy vocal style which suits Prissy Clerks' bash-it-out pop particularly well."
"punky Brewster-esque pop and their guitars are full of spunk."