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Kodacrome / Press

“...some of the most spine-tingling electronic music you’re likely to find this year.”

“...singer Elissa Pociask has carved out a unique space that'll make you wonder why no one has thought of pairing an acoustic guitar with casiotones before.”

“One minute rife with warm and contagious dance-pop beats, the next minute boasting edgy rock riffs, Kodacrome’s songs are full of relentless energy and shimmery appeal.”

“Pociask’s deep, rich vocals often become yet another instrument for Kodacrome’s crafty experiments””

“...intelligent, polished, and catchy electronica”

WRIU Kingston

“Kodacrome’s EP, Perla is actually quite hard to pin down. At times it leans heavily on danceable electronics; at others it’s rough-and-ready rock; at others still it has a light and acoustic feel. What’s impressive is that the blend still manages to make sense.”

“The gritty electric sound of Brooklyn combined with the uplifting spirit of San Francisco.”

“Modern Man’ pins Pociask's sonorous vocals (akin to Emily Haines') against the backdrop of Casey's uncluttered rhythm”

“Kodacrome is seductive, and far from the tepid intentions of their forbearers...Think Sleigh Bells on Ritalin delivered by your best friend’s sexy older sister when you were fifteen.”

“Pociask’s deep, rich vocals often become yet another instrument for Kodacrome’s crafty experiments”

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