Archive for the ‘MOJO’ tag
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.
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.
MOJO — the magazine we’ve all been reading since children here at Camp Misra — gave the sweet boys of Motel Beds 4/5 stars! We couldn’t be happier. The review comes from MOJO’s wonderful editor Jenny Bulley, nonetheless.
Please forgive the fuzzy scan, but we wanted to post it now. We’ll get a better scan soon. MOJO 250, September 2014. Yes!
The Quietus Interviews John Schmersal About Crooks On Tape, Vertical Scratchers, Brainiac, Enon, Caribou & More
Stevie Chix, the writer responsible for the phenomenal MOJO piece on Dayton legends Brainiac a bit back, recently interviewed John Schmersal of Crooks On Tape, Vertical Scratchers, Brainiac, Enon, Caribou & more about Crooks On Tape, Vertical Scratchers, Brainiac, Enon, Caribou & more. You can read the interview via The Quietus. Thanks, Stevie!
Oh, stars on high, The Black Swans press keeps rolling in and it’s all been wonderful. In addition to having one of the most read reviews on Pitchfork this past week, along with being featured in Dusted, Paste, PopMatters, AllMusic, Prefix, Largehearted Boy, Blurt, Consequence of Sound, No Depression, and more, Jerry and the boys have now been featured in the September 2012 issue of MOJO! It’s in a feature titled “The MOJO Playlist.”
Check it out there above, pick up a copy at your local bookstore, and go see a show by this phenomenal band (on tour now). They’re guaranteed to fly right over the top of your conservative Aunt Deb’s head and strike a cord with your with-it uncle who loves Kris Kristofferson.