Firesideometer.com "Ecrasez L'Infame is down-beat, electronic rock at it's finest. This album is melanic and brooding, and it's songs will rattle around your head for weeks to come." Dayton Daily News 'This three-year-old band has perfected the art of sound manipulation...Their shows are massive...' CityBeat 'They're more soulful than Portishead and more on-target musically than Hooverphonic.' CityBeat '...Diet Audio creates a potent sonic hybrid...' CityBeat 'Although they perpetually seem pulled back and forth between Trip Hop programming and precise New Wave pummeling, Diet Audio has no trouble maintaining a consistent persona thanks to Amy Whitaker's dour vocals. Whichever stylistic turn the song takes, her breathless performances are the band's centerpiece.' CityBeat 'A series of bleeps, monotone sentence fragments, laser-chimes, a pulsating bassline, an authoritative leading lady: Cincinnati's Diet Audio provides the soundtrack to the dreams you wish you were having. Amy Whitaker's otherworldly voice is only the invitation to a visceral, heat-seeking celebration of the body's unspoken and involuntary contract with rhythm.' CityBeat 'Like most beat-driven music, Diet Audio inspires motion, but it's not the drum machine you'll lock into and groove with, it's Amy Whitaker's dreamy vocals. Whether it's a hushed or powerful passage, her sensual voice connects the band's brooding combination of electronic and visceral live sounds to the real world.'
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