Rolling Stone - p.1073 stars out of 5
-- "[T]he good stuff seduces like classic Stereolab....Even the breeziest cut, 'All About Us,' carries a haunting little melody."
Spin - p.954 stars out of 5
-- "[They make] multicultural, compositional, intellectual dance music: Ibiza meets punk, dub goes tango, trance gets smart."
Entertainment Weekly - p.81
"[With a] dizzy mix of bossa nova, jazz, rock, and electro beats. It's all shaped to the whims of slinky lead singer Sabrina Sciubba." -- Grade: B
Uncut - p.974 stars out of 5
-- "[A] playful album bursting with smart ideas and mongrel styles, from Bjorkish disco-rock to scrambled jazz-punk."
Brazilian Girls: Sabina Sciubba (vocals); Didi Gutman (keyboards, background vocals); Jesse Murphy (bass guitar, background vocals); Aaron Johnston (drums, background vocals).
TALK TO LA BOMB provides more of the breezy, postmodern international pop introduced on the Brazilian Girls' self-titled debut. Mixing in dance grooves, lounge, dub, Latin flavors, downtempo, jazz, trip-hop, and rock, the Brazilian Girls offer up a fizzy concoction that balances an organic live sound with electronica flourishes. Lead chanteuse Sabina Sciubba sings in five different languages, positioning the Brazilian Girls as the house band for the new global village. While not as startlingly fresh as their first disc, TALK TO LA BOMB finds this eclectic New York City-based combo in a pleasurable holding pattern.