"The best part of a Consolidated gig is the aftershow Q & A session, where the riled up audience lets loose, often venting their frustrations out on the band. As one of the opening snippet states, this is "complaint rock". Consolidated have been lighting fires for a decade now, but they still manage to elicit polar reactions like no other politically active ensemble. Press the magic buttons: environment, abortion, oppression, and sparks will fly. Good to see that the trio keep moving ahead musically, infusing their dance beats with classic soul to go along with their jazzy hiphop and industrial tendencies."
(Jason Thornberry, Cosmik)
"Tikkun was an eye opener. If I had known that “Tikkun” is Hebrew for “heal” before I received the disc and the press kit, I would have jumped for the disc faster. This is the kind of album that allows a band to express itself more dynamically. While the majority of Consolidated’s previous efforts have focussed on political, cultural, and gender inequity, this album offer a chance for redemption."
(Patrick Schabe, popMATTERS)