The Village Voice 'Fleshed-out and drama-vocaled electrofunk that triangulates between Bowie's Scary Monsters, A Flock of Seagulls, and Wax Trax Records.' The Deli Magazine 'Play frantic and dancy electro-punk with heavy reliance on an old sequencer that runs on floppy disc' *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** Radio Stations No.5 on CMJ Alt. Chart @ WGCC 90.7 FM - Rochester, NY No.8 on the chart @ WODU 1630 AM - Norfolk, VA Heavy Rotation @ WOSP - Jacksonville, FL Great respond & their favorite @ WIUV 91.3 FM - Castleton, VT 'We really dug Superfortress' KULT 94.5 FM - CEDAR FALLS, IA "the album has been getting medium spins here at the station, i like the album - it hasn't made it to the top 30 charts yet, but we'll see what happens' KXZY/KWBY - Stillwater, OK 'I really enjoyed the CD and loved the eighties electronic style. I made some recommendations for the DJs on which tracks to start with and it is in the studio and ready to be played as I type this.' WMUR RADIO - Milwaukee, WI "I listened to the album, and it was pretty good I must say' WRRC 107.7 FM - Trenton, NJ *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** SUPERFORTRESS is the New York City Electro/Indie-Rock band lead by Japanese musician NAO. They have been performing in the Lower East Side for over 5 years, receiving acclaim from publications such as The Village Voice, and often compared to David Bowie, Duran Duran, and The Human League. Originally "Nao's Superfortress," started performing in clubs with only his electric guitar and a sequencer. He quickly assembled the band with numerous local musicians; in 2004 he changed the name to SUPERFORTRESS and focused on 80's flavored synth based pop-rock. After releasing a self-titled album in 2005, SUPERFORTRESS made a promotional trip to Germany in February 2006 to perform at the famous White Trash Fast Food venue in Berlin. In the same year, they participated in a MTV Asia sponsored event & appeared at M.E.A.N.Y Fest & CMJ Music Marathon. The tune, 'Missing People' was in heavy rotation on many collage radio stations. Currently Nao performs with a drummer Brett Thompson and still using the same old sequencer that runs with a floppy disk.