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Largehearted Boy Mentions Motel Beds on List of Interesting Music Releases  

Posted at 7:31 pm

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Dayton’s Motel Beds received a small mention on a great blog—a blog named after a song by Dayton’s own Guided By Voices, nonetheless. Largehearted Boy lists Motel Beds Misra debut These Are the Days Gone By on “This Week’s Interesting Music Releases — August 26,2014.”

Beds have been receiving a lot of great press as of late; a small smattering is listed below.

Great Motel Beds Reviews via AllMusic & Consequence of Sound!  

Posted at 1:28 pm

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Motel Beds roped a couple more great reviews today:

In addition, the band recently received the following fantastic press:

“Motel Beds … one of music’s best kept secrets … These Are the Days Gone By feels like the perfect way to jump into their sprawling discography, and new fans couldn’t ask for a better-sounding or more thoughtfully compiled portal to the world of everlasting summer that the Beds have created for themselves.

— AllMusic

Flavorwire Premieres Motel Beds’ Matthew Sweet Cover! • iTunes Pre-Order Live Today!  

Posted at 9:38 am

The widely-loved website Flavorwire premiered Motel Beds‘ cover of Matthew Sweet’s “I’ve Been Waiting” from their forthcoming Misra debut “These Are the Days Gone By” (street date: 8/26). Flavorwire had incredibly nice things to say about the band.

You can PRE-ORDER the new album on I-TUNES starting TODAY! It features Kelley Deal of The Breeders / R. Ring and was recorded by Motel Beds guitarist and Guided By Voices engineer Derl Robbins! 

Written by leo on July 15th, 2014

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Misra Featured in Flavorwire!  

Posted at 7:49 am

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Misra Label Manager Leo DeLuca was recently interviewed alongside folks from Captured Tracks and Partisan Records by the popular news and media site Flavorwire — a publication of Flavorpill Media. The article is titled “What YouTube’s Indie Label Ban Actually Means for Music Fans.” The debate on YouTube’s new terms continues…