Metacritic assigned album an aggregate score of 88 out of 100 based on 5 critical reviews. The Allmusic review by Sean Westergaard awarded the album 4½ stars out of 5, stating, "The whole album is a blast. Ribot's vocals have never been anything to write home about, but they suit this material perfectly. Instrumentally, this band can do nearly anything. Party Intellectuals may have set the bar high, but Your Turn is definitely a worthy follow-up".PopMatters' John Garratt rated the album 8 out of 10, saying, "Your Turn is the result of more than one stab at nailing down the band’s true sound. This could explain why the album, even in its “fun” instrumental moments, comes out sounding so punchy and cynical. With caustic properties that could rival your favorite punk record, Your Turn will leave you exhausted". Writing for All About Jazz, Troy Collins stated, "An uneven, but engaging record, Your Turn inadvertently suggests rhetorical connotations. In this age of ephemeral downloading and selective listening, Ribot has offered up a mixed release that begs to be cherry-picked, unintentionally nullifying some of his most salient arguments in the process".