"For the Krayolas, every song is a medley, in spirit if not in form. The San Antonio quartet, which played for nearly two hours Saturday evening at Tropicalia, has too many influences to fit into a single tune." -- Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post Read the full review here.
The New Yorker
“(‘Tormenta’) continues the band’s bicultural musical direction with a cover of the Ramones’ “I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend,” sung in both English and Spanish, as well as “Piedras Negras,” a remake of the 1954 corrido “La Inundación de Piedras Negras,” by Santiago Jiménez, Sr. The album’s best songs, however, are the restrained yet fun-loving rock-and-roll originals, which occasionally venture into social commentary on racism and the drug wars.” Read the review here.