"...the music is lovingly resuscitated. And the music is the point. Harmonizing beautifully under the musical direction of Dan Pardo, they perform fondly remembered classics, with reprises of the Bikinis’ “hits,” appropriately ’60s-style ditties written by Mr. Roderick and Joseph Baker."
"Credit musical director-keyboardist Dan Pardo for muting his band sufficiently [enough] to keep the voices paramount without burying the musicians’ skillful playing. One actually hears and understands lyrics so elusive in their original recordings."
"What sets 'The Bikinis' apart from other jukebox nostalgia shows is the range of the music being remembered, some clever vocal and instrumental arrangements, and — wonder of wonders — half a dozen original songs. These new tunes by Ray Roderick and Joseph Baker are clever pop pastiches that fit snugly alongside the dozens of familiar Top 40 hits from the '60s and early '70s."