...the auditory embodiment of a feminist street protest.
— The daily Californian
...ROUGH LIKE STEEL WOOL...
— GRIMY GOODS

PERMISSION ALBUM REVIEW BY THE DAILY CALIFORNIAN

“…demands to be listened to, equal parts good music and social commentary.” by Alex Jiménez

PERMISSION ALBUM PREMIERE BY INTO

Permission is a modern iteration of riot grrrl; queer radical lyrical feminism.” by Trish Bendix

POM POM MOVES PREMIERE BY L.A. RECORD

"...a critical mass of artistic inspiration, political righteousness, decades of experience and boundary-breaking creativity..."

REMOVAL VIDEO PREMIERE BY PAPER MAG

"Object As Subject Envisions a World of Women In Power" by Michael Love Michael

WEAPONRY review BY GRIMY GOODS

"On 'Weaponry,' [Hurley] expresses herself with pure raw energy and few words. The lyrics she does manage to deliver are rough like steel wool, each line pointed in a different direction than the last. The track has an energy hazy enough to lose you in its brief two minutes, and fans can only hope for more of that intoxicating essence when PERMISSION drops a few weeks from now." by Zoë Elaine

LP ANNOUNCE + WEAPONRY PREMIERE BY TOM TOM MAG

"‘WEAPONRY’, the newest track from L.A feminist art-punk band OBJECT AS SUBJECT, feels like a battle-cry; a pulse-pounding event that you’ll immediately want to re-live once the track comes to a close." by Lindsey Anderson

LIVE SHOW REVIEW ON LA MUSIC BLOG

"...a hypnotic mix of toms and otherworldly vocals on the part of frontwoman Paris Hurley. As much performance art as band and joined by a trio of dancers, the band sports a deep, angular sound not too far from The Jesus Lizard or Young Widows, but sporting transcendental vocals where those bands kept to noise-rock growls. " By Lex Voight