XLR8R - "sparse, downtempo sketches that recall the more subdued beats of today's class of atmospherically attuned producers, such as Shlohmo or Matthewdavid, but nonetheless retains a unique musical sensibility all its own." - http://www.xlr8r.com/mp3/2012/02/take-notice
Nialler9 - "An impressive opening statement from whomever is behind the project." - http://www.nialler9.com/12999-introducing-faws-anonymous-dublin-based-minimal-electronic-productions/
Disco Naiveté - "Atmospheric electronica build on different vocal samples - his touches are subtle yet keep you on the top of your seat. It reminds me of Nicolas Jaar’s Space Is Only Noise and James Blake’s CMYK and Klavierwerke EP’s, in a way." - http://disconaivete.com/post/15362040961
Jim Carroll, The Irish Times - "Faws’ spooky, broody, haunting downbeat electronica with lots of soft-shuffle noise and hisses in the shadows amounts to a hugely promising early 2012 find." - http://www.irishtimes.com/blogs/ontherecord/2012/01/12/new-music-faws-whales-in-cubicles-inkships/
Dan Hegarty, Heineken Music - "The debut 'Antonym' EP is one of the most extraordinary pieces of work that I've heard in a long time. Its joyous, ethereal electronic tunes carry you into a dreamlike state; the only drawback is the comedown at the end of the five tracks. " - http://www.heinekenmusic.ie/editorial/5098/2012-previewdan-hegarty/
Golden Plec - " if I had to use one word to sum it up that word would be brilliant." - http://www.goldenplec.com/reviews/review-faws-antonym/
Truants - "a gorgeous five-track EP that sets the benchmark high for other new acts this year" - http://truantsblog.com/?p=16900
Receiving radio airplay from stations like BBC Radio (Belfast, Derry) Radio Z (Germany), Redlight Radio (Amsterdam), 2FM (Ireland), Phantom FM (Dublin), KEXP (Seattle), WVUM (Miami), and RTE Pulse (Ireland), and receiving support from the likes of No Pain in Pop, Mmoths, Solar Bears, and All City Records.