"...that line that she alludes to being on either side of winds through seemingly diverse tunes such as throbbing, angry opener Kill the Monster, chugging and melodically pleasing Lamb In Wolf’s Clothing and strumming beauty Winter’s Queen, which, itself, is a florid take on her frosty prairie upbringing....As a whole, it continues her explorations, a dramatic, dark, smouldering and raw weaving of her poetic observations and intent through the underworld where art rock, smarm punk and indie pop intermingle, where acts such as Cohen, Patti Smith, PJ Harvey and Nick Cave come to drink and play."
-Mike Bell, The Calgary Herald (August 2015)
"she’s well worth acquainting yourself with, especially if you like a little bit of grit with your rock and your roll"
- Elizabeth Chorney-Booth, Rolling Spoon Magazine (August 2015) "The black and white music video is minimalistic and simple, which is actually perfect as it puts all the attention on Nadia and her vibrant energy."- Lili Anh LeMinh, Confront Magazine (August 2015)
Her powerful style of singing meshes perfectly with her backing rock band, which features a guitar player who...charismatically rips on guitar...they not only introduced a slowly arriving audience to their own original tunes, but also displayed some interesting covers of Nick Cave’s ‘Red Right Hand’ and ‘I Am The Walrus." - Live show review @Brooklyn Night Bazaar- Tom Shackleford (New York), Pancakes and Whiskey (November 2014)
"...close your eyes while listening to this CD that offers a surprising interpretation of Leonard Cohen as you would never have imagined? A great success... A real cry of love and a moving tribute." (translated from Frenc - SM (France), Le Cri du Coyote (Nov 01, 2011)
“["Strange Song" is in fact a rock with noisy distortion, dirty guitar riffs and relentless energy of Nadia's voice. Her pure throat sometimes reminiscent of singers like PJ Harvey and Bjork. She is a steamroller that nothing and no one stops. You love it or you hate it. Unfortunately the euphoria only lasts 35 minutes.] (translated from Dutch to English)”- Johan Schoenmakers (Netherlands), Alt Country Forum (Jul 17, 2011)