Treat yourselves, treat your loved ones, to one of the greatest albums you’ll hear this year.”

Mike Bradley, London Peaky

As an artist it is damn hard to sound original, everything has happened. But I Am A Rocketship still manages to give a unique twist to the typical electronic music scene.”

Erik Vandamme, Musiczine (Netherlands)

Lovers of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Gossip and at times The White Stripes will relish “Mind Graffiti”, it’s addictive charm and scope of sound is masterful and executed with perfection.”

Peek A Boo (Belgium)

This is bound to please fans of The Kills, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The White Stripes, Evanescence, and the Ting Tings. That’s one zinger of a list of comparable bands, yet I Am A Rocketship sits perfectly amid them. ”

The Big Takeover

Like all good music you can never quite put your finger on what is going on here, never predict where it will go next, that’s what happens when you encounter a band who are leading rather than following.”

Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture

The dark theatrics of “Vertigo,” the trip hop weirdness of “Kick,” and other selections draw comparisons to The Kills, Portishead, and for those of us fond of 2003, Evanescence. By borrowing from such disparate influences, I Am a Rocketship create something fresh yet familiar.”

Bobby Moore, Stomp and Stammer

"Ein Album, dass man gut und gern als amibitioniert und bemerkenswert einstufen kann."”

Jens Erwinsson, Guteshoerenistwichtig (Austria)

...a slow burn into the senses that slowly boils over with the confidence of musical experience like a poet unconsciously building to the stanza. Brilliant.”


Kippner’s voice reminds me of Shirley Manson, while Weissinger’s guitar sounds has a distinctive Roxette sound. Combine the two, and you have a real hit... This has become one of my favorite bands.”

Phil King, Audiofuzz