-"If you’re looking for art-oriented indie-rock without all the pretense – here it is." - Earbuddy
-"Mammoth Indigo has a sound that healthily and uniquely blends too many styles to count on one hand. Coming from the ten songs on their self-titled first release are soaring vocals that would make Thom Yorke jealous, explosive yet melodic guitars reminiscent of Explosions in the Sky, and a maturity in songwriting that would make any first album sound prodigious." - Austere Magazine
-"Cody Bowers' tenor voice rises above a post-rock landscape of shimmering guitars, heavy bass, and gunshot percussion. It’s a mature and fine-tuned sound with hardcore tendencies."
- Indie Shuffle
-"Mammoth Indigo has no trouble going from melodic guitar and soft folky vocals to pounding drums and lyrics like war chants. They have the solemn sing-song rhythm of some Modest Mouse tracks; in others, the intense percussion and epic guitar riffs of Brand New or Manchester Orchestra. Overall, there’s some dreamy indie verses, some big soaring choruses, and high production value, making for one very impressive band." - Feedbands