“…shimmering, defiant aesthetic. It’s mesmerizing.”
“It’s a hidden gem of a rock record, awash in distorted guitars and undulating harmonies.”
“…some of the most infectious power-pop riffs this side of an Elastica record. Smells like teen spirit…”
“Panic In Hampton Bays is about chaos in a calm, luxurious place. One could say, ‘Trouble in Paradise.’ The underlying theme of the album is how one can deal with anxiety and other mental disorders and the journey that is living life with the enemy that can be your own mind, at times. It can be a blessing and a curse.”
"Citris closes out the night – this time as a two-piece . Since seeing solo Citris performances a few times at the Knitting Factory & missing a show a long time ago at Gold Sounds, one can’t help but be impressed with the strength of Angelina Torreano’s vocals when...
“The youthful angst of unreciprocated love, skewed timing, and searching for opiates to ease the anxiety is all captured in Brooklyn-based punk band Citris’ new song, “Driving Me Crazy.””
“For when love leaves you feeling really bummed.”
“Romance isn’t dead, it’s just damn hard. We navigate gestures both small and grand like tributaries suddenly rushing into whitewater, and hope to hell that we come out the other side.”
"The twelve stripped-back scorchers on the record are reminiscent of classic 90s groups like That Dog and Hole, spotlighting Torreano’s vivacious vocals amidst power-pop riffs and heavy, driving rhythms.." "...The cheerleaders moving in slow motion impart a dangerous...
Thank you Diandra Reviews for writing about the record release party the other night!
More shows to be added soon.