“A massive array of styles with everything from psychedelic jams on “Huckster” and Devo-style proto punk on “Ooolin Poolin Oy,” all the way to garage punk on “Gumby Goes Green” and technical rock a la Rush on “Labyrinth.” Throughout it all, the band’s surf approach leads the way. It almost feels like a modern-day mash-up of several generations of rock, with surf as the framework as opposed to hip-hop. Fans of Los Straitjackets, Dick Dale, Link Wray, and The Mermen will enjoy this eponymous full-length debut from Blue Wave Theory, which is full of Pulp Fiction-meets-Pink Floyd craziness.” - Blue Wave Theory album review by Peter Viele (Eastern Surf Magazine) 

“We are thrilled to work with Blue Wave Theory in musical partnership. Their surf music is especially perfect for San Diego! Blue Wave Theory explores the greater sophistication of progressive rock, and yet is dynamically paired with our surf culture here in Southern California. I am a fan!” -Emily Richards (CEO, ArtisTech Media) 

"Ya know it's difficult to classify Blue Wave Theory as strictly a 'Surf' band. Blue Wave Theory has always shown a multidimensional aspect to their compositions. And their new release Superstorm is no exception.  Superstorm includes straight up neo surf rock as well as surf rock straight out of the 1960's. You'll also note a good portion of their roots in Progressive Rock (AKA Prog Rock, AKA Math Rock) and several Jazz influenced riffs that Barney Kessel would have been proud to have penned.  Timing, breaks and their chops are *spot-on* and change ups are vast but seamless. For instance on Get Your Kicks On Future 86, you'll hear a quote from Golden Earring's song Radar Love, worked in seamlessly.  One thing that really stands out on this release is that you can actually*feel* the bass and drums. Too many surf releases focus so much on guitar, you forget there is a bottom end to the band. Blue Wave Theory has a nice big fat bottom end and they're not afraid to show it off.  Released just in time for summer, Blue Wave Theory's latest effort, Superstorm is a **must** when heading "Down The Shore". This release is as important as bringing the sun block lotion." -Superstorm album review by Dominick Dell'Erba (DJ, WMUC 88.1 FM, University of Maryland)

“High energy surf rock, with elements of Pink Floyd / King Crimson-esque musical sophistication, from Blue Wave Theory...I *love* it! ” -John Buckman (Founder / Owner, Magnatune Records) 

"Blue Wave Theory's version of "Time Is on My Side" is a stand-out piece of genius musical interpretation."               -Don Madsen (Owner, DWM Music Company)

"I've listened to this release many times, and it keeps getting better. The live feel is real and the sonic journey is accentuated by it." - Jason Brock (Director of Artist & Business Development, ArtisTech Media) 

“Crunchy, modern, and short board rippin'!” - Phil Dirt (Reverb Central)

"If you're a fan of Dick Dale, the Ventures, the Mermen, or Los Straitjackets, with a little X or Dead Kennedys thrown in, then you'll love this band.” -John Walker (Madison Square Bedroom)