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Planet of the Mermaids January 25 2011 Austin Live Theater “It’s invigorating, subtly comic, ironic stuff. The crowd last Thursday in the Vortex at Planet of the Mermaids was doing a lively theatre-seat boogy of its own, calling out encouragement and adoring the hot pastel big screen images for the newest modulation.”
Planet of the Mermaids January 21 2011 Austin Chronicle Review “Most interesting: the band. If you have a fondness for electronica, that is. Saying that Samayoa plays bass, Fuhrer plays drums, and Salvata plays synth doesn’t give you a fair idea of the scope of what they’re doing. They’re wired up there. Most play multiple […]
Surfin’ UFO January 14 2010 Austin Chronicle Review “there’s an entire drum kit here, lashed into with deep skills and ferocious intensity by Rachel Fuhrer, laying the groundwork for the prog-rock keyboards of Chad Salvata and Sergio Samayoa’s badass bass guitar. No coffeehouse vibe beyond the frontman in this show, fellow space traveler“
Last year’s Electronic Planet Ensemble show, SPACEMAN:DADA:ROBOT received an honorable mention from The Austin Chronicle’s Robert Faires in his list of Top 9 Theatre Productions That Did Ascend the Brightest Heaven of Invention.
SPACEMAN.DADA.ROBOT January 22 2009 The Austinist “Our favorite segment was “Martian Fantasy.” Employing a scheme and wordplay worthy of Shel Silverstein . . . oh, it’s too much fun to spoil it here. Just go see it!”
SPACEMAN.DADA.ROBOT January 17 2009 Austin Live Theatre Review “This is a remarkable experience, one that floats somewhere in a dream world compounded of free verse, image, and music.”