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Girls Love Rockets / Press

““Rock legends take the stage and demand attention! Incredible energy flows out to my ears immediately. With stable chords, the allegro temp makes me want to dance the night away!"”

Reverbnation

"Anthony Ciarochi is the epitome of the true artist's artist. His professionalism is beyond reproach and when he strokes all eighty-eight keys, not only does his prowess come through...but the soul of an artist blessed by all those great keyboardists before him."

“The instrumentals were so gorgeously played and sounded so beautiful. The melody was slow and considerate feeling. The harmony was delectable. The vocals are fascinating. The lyrics are charming and desirable…. This crazy sounding mixture of tones has been creatively written by a brilliant artist who knows what they are doing.””

Reverbnation

“…such a dynamic thrill it was to watch them flourish their truly eclectic revivalist music reminiscent of R.E.M. and contemporaries such as Spoon. Combing layers of synth synched melding leads, upon harmonious melody lines, all whilst covering the grand spaces in between, the thrill was quickly in full force! Their single “Video Queen” is alternative enough to take you back to the mid 90′s, with the swirling backing rhythms loaded with catchy pop chorus candy hooks. Their album, The Evolution of Pop, incapsulates the attitude of era’s past. … magnificently large and verbose, combining complex, rambunctious, punchiness, with bright shimmering chords...Frontman, Anthony Ciarochi’s talents were showcased remarkably well as the set wound up. What a way to keep rocking through the nights festivities… A clearly vibrant set built on the foundations of Eurorock legends of present such as U2 and Blur. (Note: at the time of this review, our name was still StoneAge Thriller)”