Press

“Bad-ass bassist and sophisticated songwriter” - Pure Grain Audio

“Moad’s voice is melodic and almost dreamy at times” - Pulse

“A bass player whose precision is pin-point. Her acumen is fantastic.” - Three Rivers Commercial News

"She describes that purple-clad persona on her website as 'confident, catchy and queer' — an apt description, but not quite sufficient even to capture the winning whimsy of her music." - Little Village

“Nods to indie rock, blues, soul, punk and more while Christine always wraps these sounds up into catchy melodies and toe-tapping grooves. Her identity as a queer musician is woven throughout these songs that tackle her realization of being genderqueer, her quest to find contentment and learning to build the skills to stand up for herself.” - GIGsoup

 “‘Entitled’ is a punky slice of indie rock that grapples with music industry sexism and double-standards.” - GIGsoup

“Her exciting new single “Nightmare In The Daytime,” an upbeat indie rocker that pulls influence from gritty punk and Stax-era R&B. The track is a defiant call to stand up for yourself when dealing with mean-spirited people.”  - Vents Magazine 

“Moad, the creative force and bassist for power-pop outfit Miss Christine, decided she needed to record her album quickly in February 2018.”- Rock Roads Album Review

“Miss Christine has unleashed the epic music video for her latest single “Conversion”’- Celeb Mix 

“Miss Christine Bares Her Musical Soul On Conversion” - The Hype Magazine

“Unsigned Spotlight: Miss Christine” - Kill The Music

“Interview with Miss Christine - Conversion” - Indie Music Discovery 

“Singled Out: Miss Christine’s Conversion. Miss Christine released her brand new album "Conversion" yesterday (June 28th) and to celebrate we asked her to tell us about the title song. Here is the story” - antimusic

“Miss Christine returns home for Gentlemen of the Road Festival” - Globe Gazette 

"Miss Christine releases politically charged video for her anthemic song “The Millennial Paradigm”' - skopemag

Podcasts

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