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“The performers are backed by the live musical stylings of Sydney-born vocalist Georgia Haege as Miss Purple. Her sultry stylings switch easily between genres, generously setting the scene for each new act.”
-Weekend Notes

“Georgia (is) perfectly delectable and has such charisma and charm she could be singing the telephone directory and I would pay attention.”
-Pop, Rinse, Repeat

“Feisty and seductive lead vocals from the Sydney-born Haege.”
-Gregg Miliote, Mercury Magazine

“Lead singer Georgia Haege’s amazing voice is unforgettable.”
-Mike Perciaccante, GC Magazine

“Australian firecracker Georgia Haege fronts the band with her sweet yet risque vocals and incredible stage presence.”
- Chuck Eddy, The Village Voice


“I say with confidence that everyone who shares a stage with Georgia admires her enthusiasm and professionalism when it comes to collaboration, and the joy she takes in performing is absolutely infectious.” - Jon Simpson, President/Band Leader, Jerry Kravat Orchestras.

“I’ve always admired your talent and tenacity, Georgia. You've made your way in New York through sheer determination and talent. It's been a pleasure watching you develop as a performer." - Michael Thomas Murray, Musical Director/Composer/Arranger.

“You were a find for sure… you're in my book of first call singers. The pleasure was all ours.”
- Kasim Sulton, Musical Director and Producer for Meat Loaf

“Georgia has proved that she is a gifted performer: engaging, passionate and always professional. Her voice is technically superior and fused with passion. It's her originality, heart, and captivating stage presence that are Georgia’s most valuable assets and important contributions to her art.” - Diane Cheadle, Voting Member of the Recording Academy/President of Byassn Inc.


“Lead vocalist Georgia Haege's soaring mezzo-soprano hit animated heights slick leather-clad rocker Pat Benatar previously unveiled, spreading insouciant harmony atop succinct melodies and ceaseless crashing crescendos.”
-John Fortunato, Aquarian Magazine

“Georgia rocks out in a sexy mini-skirt… she has a lot of presence and chemistry with the band on stage.”

“The lead singer Georgia Haege was quite a character on stage, playing up the crowd with plenty of charisma.”
-Only Magazine

“Singer Georgia Haege has a crystal clear set of pipes.”
-Bill Ribas,

“...Pop-perfection female vocals.”
-reFRESH magazine


“A retro new wave vibe, in a kind of Animotion-meets-Divinyls kind of way. Kitschy for sure but not only instantly likeable but hard to get out of your head, and before you know it you’ll want more. Vocalists Georgia and Billy trade off well.”

“…Sexy nouveau-disco trio Liquid Diet, kinky cool kids who crank out seriously infectious tunes like a dreamy electro cover of George Michael’s “Father Figure” and refreshingly witty, flirty, narcissistic, super-gay party tracks “Nude” and “Hand Dance.”
-The Advocate

“From the ashes of that cheeky electro-pop trio Whore's Mascara comes Liquid Diet… a new foray into sexed-up dance comedy… fierce beats, sexual innuendo and oversexed dance pop.”
-Next Magazine

“A hilarious and hot music video.”
-Justin + 1

“Pansexual electro pop trio from the twisted minds of Whore's Mascara…Just full of sexual innuendos and double entendre.”

“Get ready for the most fun diet around: Liquid Diet.”
-According 2 G

“A new sound that is sure to quench your thirst… Liquid Diet dishes out amazing dancefloor-ready disco pop that’ll be sure to make your taste buds tingle.”
-The Showt

“Crafty and clever. Fantastically hypersexual.”
-Audio Fuzz

“Glamorous pop goodness (by) a trio of desperately attractive individuals.”

“Funny, feel-good, laughable songs that make you wanna get down and dirty. Their video for ‘Hand Dance’ is a tongue-in-cheek glory ride of fun.”
-Anti Twink

“Entendre, innuendo...whatever you call it, it has a funky beat and I can bug out to it. Pop trio Liquid Diet are storming the music scene with a delightfully fun romp through the latest craze to sweep the nation, the Hand Dance. The video is super sexy and is a perfect complement to the song. Georgia and Billy are perfectly delectable and have such charisma and charm they could be singing the telephone directory and I would pay attention. Their back and forth works amazingly well and it makes me think of other great male/female duos: Astrid Plane & Bill Wadhams from Animotion, Philip Oakey & Susan Ann Sulley from The Human League and even Jake Shears and Ana Matronic from my beloved Scissor Sisters.”
-Pop, Rinse, Repeat

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