“I've listened to your new album, "Cold", about 3 times in a row now, beginning to end. it's GREAT! love IT!
— Chad, of Vienna Psychoanalytic Society
“Stargraph is the solo project of Rob Gomez of Los Angeles. If Ian Curtis had not killed himself perhaps the movement of New Order songs would have sounded just like you.”
“Stargraph is the solo project of Rob Gomez, a young producer from Los Angeles. After years in the study of different partners has achieved the self-published "Cold", this record that in his own words: "It's the kind of music I always listened to ... dancing in my head."
"Cold" is the decade of the 80s in its purest form: The Jesus and Mary Chain, New Order, My Bloody Valentine, The Cure, OMD, Echo and the Bunnymen, INXS, ...
Paint your room in turquoise, put the needle to the plate and get to enjoying.”
“Stargraph, a band from Los Angeles who has looked deeply into the 80's wave cup, has recorded their debut album "Cold." Influences of OMD or New Order are hard to ignore! Class!”
— Coast Is Clear, Music Blog
“Walls are there to tear down ... And this song tears down all walls. “It kills me to think of it, how I always want her.” Boom. A bass / drum line, one that boils the blood in the veins. Boom. “I hate the pictures on the wall.” A timid voice backed by guitar freezing cold. “I hate the pictures on the wall.” And over and over again on the record. Stargraph, aka Rob Gomez, has caught me with his sound somewhere between 80s synth pop and shoegaze so much that I blush with shame!
— Band Scheiben Records
“Today my friend Jose Antonio sends one of his major recommendations, and now I want to share it with you all. "Cold" is the album name by Stargraph and whoa this album, certainly one of the best this year for me, a little gem all to start the year. I speak a little about this band and their album, has just been released on Monday the 11th of January. We appreciate the strong influence of the 80s, some are The Jesus and Mary Chain, New Order, My Bloody Valentine, among other bands. Now the best part, they leave with Ordinary, one of the best tracks on the album and for me one of the best of 2010, so enjoy this and get to dancing.”