“Quitzow gives her cello and Moog art whimsy a bubbly groove and defiant summer strut.” (SPIN MAGAZINE)
“Prince seemed outrageous in the ’80s, but after years of gangsta rap pushing the sexual envelope, Quitzow sounds relatively subdued when she sing/raps, “Smoke black tar in my mom’s car, skip lunch and go to a strip bar,” it just sounds like good, dirty fun. Quitzow is one of the few female auteurs in pop. She wrote, produced, and played most of the instruments on Juice Water, and it’s a blast from start to finish. It’s possibly her best work yet. 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)
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