"Morning Spy is making beautifully intelligent pop music …The Silver Age is an excellent record."
– Pop Matters
"San Francisco's Morning Spy split the difference between Dean Wareham's Galaxie 500 meanderings and the more focused
pop of Luna--weaving through it all contemporary strands of indie rock."
- The Portland Mercury
"Sugar-coated in malaise and abandonment issues on tape, The Silver Age bounces from the lo-fi indie folk that is gaining more popularity
in the underground to the obscure art rock that lays out gorgeous pathways to excellence encouraging other acts to follow"
"The Silver Age is an album full of sweet, dreamy pop music that's inviting and infectious"
- Punk Planet
"Starting with an already-cultivated dream pop, mid-fi composite, the San Francisco quartet have built on their strengths with a
trajectory somewhere between Destroyer and Grandaddy. Their new LP, The Silver Age (Keep and Abandoned Love), shows a quickly
developing maturity in songwriting and production, with greater interaction between music and lyrics, and a mix that displays a well-toned
- San Francisco Chronicle
"[Two Horses] is quite simply one of the better EPs I've heard so far this year."
"From the spacey pop-rock of [Subsequent Light's] opener, 'I Am the Time' to the somber-sounding Velvet Underground-inspired closing track, 'Cosmonauts,'
one really must consider the possibility that Lou Reed had four love-children with Francois Hardy"
- Left Off the Dial
"Rooney’s use of alliteration and unconventional rhyme schemes make the lyrics to songs such as 'Princess Vancouver,' 'Voices and Vigils' and 'In the Silver Age' stick
in the listener’s mind and help the music to do the same"
- Copper Press