After his debut record Zillion broke top 40 on the NACC 200 charts, his pair of albums have made their way into rotation on over 80 radio stations across North America in two short years Richards' has a stream-of-consciousness approach and rarely pre-writes songs before recording. The music is experimental with satire relating to American culture in the school of bands like Frank Zappa and DEVO. After heavy rotation of his sophomore album Welcome to Flat Earth, one song was even banned from KUTX 98.9 Austin. It was censored after causing a controversy. Richards' label Tremolo Records is responsible for the release of his records as well as those of several other emerging Texas-based artists: Jackie Daytona, James Cooke, and Jonathan Alexander.
"#4 College Album in US" — USA Today
"Great Jam" — Gavin McInnes, fmr co-founder Vice Media
"Ostracized and Exiled from the Music Community" — Alex Jones, Infowars
"Banned from playing most everywhere." — Barracuda Austin
"A Morally Compromised Opportunist" — Nick Hanover, Ovrld
“All But Unlistenable” — Austin American-Statesman
"Art with Intention #getoutofaustin #banned" — Jeremy Rogers, The Mohawk Austin
"A Hurricane of Artistry" — Johnny Goudie, How Did I Get Here?