“We dug it before and we still do. So you might as well. If you can’t get excited about Super Baby Bunnnies, then you really should think about sitting down and reappraising your life. The over-the-top action of “Super Baby Bunnies” is charming in a so-weird-I-am-intrigued way. Rachel Gambiza’s dynamic, personality-popping vocals captain the experience, as Gambiza alternately narrates, orates, and squeals her way through the track (especially the “action sequence” during the late guitar solo). Gambiza sounds like a champ throughout the whole thing, but never moreso than she does in the anthemic chorus, replete with minor-third harmonies, long, sustaining blasts on the guitar and lots of pink fuzzy bunny ears. Chances are, you will not be able to look away from this song for one reason or another, and that is the very thing that makes it a total prize. But you knew that. ”
“Pick of the Month - Gambiza "Mr. Shiny Pants"”
"Don't go to just ANY show this weekend"
"I've fallen in love with the quirky and operatically offbeat songs of Rachel Gambiza"
"This band is soooo wild. They played here on a Wed. not too long ago and the entire audience watched with mouths agape. It's an INCREDIBLE show."
“Everything you need to know about Rachel Gambiza is revealed in her song “Rock ’n’ Roll Star,” when she sings “a record deal and some cheese would go quite well with crackers.” With her obvious technical skill in classical and heavy metal vocal stylings, and her devious embrace of the absurd and melodramatic, it’s as though Gambiza were the unholy offspring of Kurt Weill and Freddie Mercury. When you listen to her sing a song such as “Mr. Shiny Pants,” it becomes clear that trying to decide whether she’s a lunatic genius or thoroughly engaged in a joke the rest of us might never get is an entirely pointless endeavor. It’s quite clear she’s both, and thank goodness for that.”
"Your music has great value. We think you are awesome."
"We like your music..." Upon completion of mastering, the colorful collection of characters that populate Rachel's songs from 'Mr. Shiny Pants' will find a home at Women's Radio.
“Max Bowen's interview with Rachel Gambiza airs tonight at 10pm on his popular internet radio show 'Citywide Blackout' on CyberStationUSA.com. They will be talking about the soon-to-be released first album from Gambiza, 'Mr. Shiny Pants' and will play 3 tracks. Rachel will discuss her theatrical vision and the unique characters that inhabit the release. If you can't catch it tonight, it will be on Max's archives for the next 2 weeks.”