“Glitter Trash in Brazilian Magazine "Speak Up" issue 315”
“GLITTER TRASH in an out-of-control interview on The Detroit Dungeon Show. The interview starts 29 minutes into the video. www.ustream.tv/recorded/38912889”
“How did you end up in Detroit? My lovely mother squirted me out on Detroit’s mean streets and I loved it so much I stayed for most of my life. It’s a wonderfully dysfunctional and bizarre place to live!”
“Q Independent Punk: "Tell us a little about your live show and all that goes into getting ready for one" A Jenna Talia: "We have a really kick ass, mild mannered and laid back band...until we get on stage.”
“Favorite Records of 2011 Glitter Trash-Wreckage-Detroit band with the distinct something in their music that makes it so. Rough,guttural, and honest.No fancy production no fancy anything.Simple fuck you if you don't like punk ala 1977.This disc if not picked up and released by some record label is destined become a highly sought after classic.”
"Staggering numbers of Detroit bands spend their weekends singing about pussy and beer. For them it's a gallows party, a few short hours where they aren't required to type marketing letters or sell Nautica neckties, and nothing more. Integrity and creativity are absent. Few have the insight or, if we are being completely truthful, the guts, to deviate from the road to excess. Fewer still, use their art as influence to improve our lot here in the rust belt. This is where Glitter Trash have broken away from the pack . . ."
“Most bands record there greatest albums when they are hungry, drunk n stupid youngsters.These bands often self destruct before they make another record or they toil the rest of their careers trying to live up to the rep created by the first record.Most never reach it let along top it. Detroit's Glitter Trash may be drunk,hungry but they are not stupid and they certainly ain't youngsters. But, their first full length Wreckage has set the bar damn high not just for themselves but for Detroit punk all around.Taking cues from their hero's over the years they have unleashed one of those records that I believe collectors and pimply faced leather clad punks in 2036 will be paying mega bucks to get a hold of. This CD is an instant classic filled with crunchy, pulsating, boot stomping madness. Singer Jenna Talia and guitarist Homeless collaborated to write most of the material on this record and its 100% real”