“Beautiful post-apocalypse momentum, for a song that strongly breathes the influences of the early seventies and returns them in a warlike hymn to a world that seems to be falling apart. Beautiful sounds and timbres right in the dark and deliciously melodic plots of “Piazza Cavour”, which at times becomes almost an opera piece.” – Indie For Bunnies on “Piazza Cavour”

"…the band comes with proper "punch" and takes full credit to the term "Power" in its self-description. Still Eighteen is a powerful, straightforward and above all energized performing family project, which works extremely well… Father Joey, who often plays the guitar quite fulminously, and his daughter Samantha on bass, with whom he forms the songwriting duo of the band, as well as mother Karen on the drums, let their passion run wild when they perform and take everyone along." – ALTAMANN review of Still Eighteen's concert in Berlin 2024

“A work that offers up drama at every turn, a living breathing piece of art.” – mp3hugger on “A Room Without a Door”

“Oh heck yes! We’ve seen bands composed of childhood friends, brothers and sisters. However when you have a father, a mother and a daughter tearing the house down like Still Eighteen does, it’s quite the sight to see...”  – Noble Vybe on Still Eighteen

“Dark, contemplative, and curious in style. The track captures that dark pop-inspired sound blended with classic rock textures, creating a flowing, engaging, and equally pumping musical vibe. It's reminiscent of the likes of the Smashing Pumpkins, Bruce Springsteen, Lou Reed, David Bowie, etc.” – UNXIGNED on “A Room Without a Door”

“Canadian alt rockers Still Eighteen take a shot at capitalism with the lyrics to their song “Carnivore” yet still fill the sonics up with all the power chords and take it to the bridge in a Camaro attitude that The Man likes. You will probably like it too.” --  Bluesbunny on “Carnivore”

“A strong emotive 90s rock sound which shines on the big vocal performance.” -- We All Want Someone To Shout For on ”I'm Finding it Hard to Believe in Something"

“Emotive, stirring and epic slice of indie-rock balladry; it is rousing and pulls at the heart strings as an epic duet plays out to a steady anthemic build to explosion...” – BarryGruff on “Just Hang On”

“... transmits the energy to the other side, an easy listening song with additional progressive, alternative, art rock, and atmospheric elements in their build. Most importantly, the song has the live performing energy all along the way, which is awesome.”   – Metalhead Community Magazine on “Piazza Cavour”