Juice Water may be something of a funky change of direction, but it's also a playful reminder of what makes her music so engaging. " (ALL MUSIC GUIDE) "Like Mick Jagger does on Ke$ha’s massive radio hit, Keith Richards’ pops up in Quitzow’s lyrics, also amid descriptions of drinking and dance floor debauchery. “More Keith Richards” is about dating and drugs and set to a bouncy blend of spacey keyboards and girl-group “aah, aah, aah”’s. Quitzow campaigns throughout the record for people to let loose, and here makes a plea for “More Keith Richards, less Betty Crocker / Less nice dates / More dangerous stalkers.” (VENUS MAGAZINE) "Whips up the dance-floor with skittering beats, butt shaking thump, electronic evil-robot voice effects- into a fresh and pure pop meringue." (MARIE CLAIRE) "Juice Water is full of blippy, synthy, sing-songy goodness, more accessible than 2008’s Art College" (CURVE MAGAZINE) Art College (2008) http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/juice-water/id367784844 Quitzow on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=23572414267&ref=ts Quitzow on Myspace http://www.myspace.com/quitzow Read more on Last.fm.
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