2019, WPRK-FM, Overtures, Undertones, and Subplots, airplay and interview

2014, Extensive international radio play of Chasing Sunshine album on Public Radio International's show Echoes with John Diliberto

2012, WAIF-FM Interview and airplay, Diet Audio

2011, Interview and airplay, Diet Audio

2007, 6ABC-TV Philadelphia, PA featured interview, Diet Audio

2007, WAIF-FM Interview and airplay, Diet Audio


Frederic Bezies, “Chasing Sunshine de That, That Revolves…Un Premier EP Excellent” Le Weblog de Frederic Bezies (blog). February 18, 2014., Diet Audio Ecrasez L’Infame, April, 2007.

Print Media

Daniele Cusentino, “Ear Candy: Songs We Like | Understand,” Metromix, July 26, 2012

Daniele Cusentino, “I Don’t Need a Diet for My Audio,” Metromix, July 23, 2012

Mike Breen, “Midpoint: Saturday, Sept. 27,” CityBeat, September 10, 2008

Ezra Waller, “Cover Story: MPMF Schedule,” CityBeat, September 26, 2007

Mike Breen, “Diet Audio- Ecrasez L’ Infame,” CityBeat, April 25, 2007.

Kris Neises, “Band Gives Listeners Something to Chew On,” Dayton Daily News, December 29, 2006

Gil Kaufman, “Electrofest Plugs into Main Street Series,” Cincinnati Enquirer, 2006

Mike Breen, “Sounds of the City,” CityBeat, Sept. 28, 2005

C.E. Hanifin, “Electrofest Plugs in for Debut Show,” Cincinnati Enquirer, 2005

Dayton Daily News, "This three-year-old band has perfected the art of sound manipulation...Their shows are massive..." Dayton Daily News, 2005

Dale Johnson, “Do Robots Dream of Organic Grooves?,” CityBeat, Dec. 29, 2004. 29.

“Ecrasez L’Infame is down-beat, electronic rock at its finest. This album is melanic and brooding, and its songs will rattle around your head for weeks to come.”

"This three-year-old band has perfected the art of sound manipulation...Their shows are massive..."

-Dayton Daily News

"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'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."


"They're more soulful than Portishead and more on-target musically than Hooverphonic."


"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's dour vocals. Whichever stylistic turn the song takes, her breathless performances are the band's centerpiece."


"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's otherworldly voice is only the invitation to a visceral, heat-seeking celebration of the body's unspoken and involuntary contract with rhythm."


"...Diet Audio creates a potent sonic hybrid..."