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Motel Beds Play Nelsonville Music Fest with Dinosaur Jr., Kurt Vile, etc., Listed as “12 Must-See Acts” at this year’s event  

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MOTEL BEDS at NELSONVILLE MUSIC FESTIVAL

The band plays SE Ohio’s fantastic festival with Dinosaur Jr., Michael Hurley & More! WOUB—Athens, Ohio’s NPR/PBS affiliate—has chosen Motel Beds as one of “12 Must-See Artists” at this year’s event. They join a list featuring Kurt Vile, The Men, Jason Isbell & more!

Written by leo on May 29th, 2014

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Southeast Engine: KEXP Video + Phenomenal PopMatters Piece + Alison Vagnini Photos + More!  

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Great Praise continues to roll in for Southeast Engine, including a phenomenal piece by Andrew Gilstrap of PopMatters called “Fear and Hope in the Great Depression,” as well as a beautiful acoustic video of “Ruthie” (off SEE’s Canary). The video was filmed live at Pickathon by the kindhearted badasses of KEXP in Seattle and The PopMatters article addresses the themes of both Canary (2011) and its companion EP Canaanville (2012).

In addition, the band had some wonderful new photos taken by the wildly talented Alison Vagnini while they were touring through Denver, CO on their way to Pickathon 2012. The first is up there for all to see.

 

Southeast Engine Continues to Impress | Mountain Stage Performance Rebroadcast  

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A week after the release of Canaanville, the praise continues to roll in.  Andrew Gistrap describes Canaanville and Canary as “[o]ne of the most recent, and most striking portrayals of small-town life” in his eloquent field study for PopMatters.  It’s not every day they appear on a list with Kanye and Ben Gibbard, but in their “must hear countdown” AV Club says: “Old Oak Tree” is a sweet little tune about love, death, and small-town living.”  The boys even had a chance to catch up with WOUB.

In addition, NPR’s Mountain Stage will be rebroadcasting Southeast Engine’s performance from last October.  You can listen to it on your local NPR affiliate on August 10th.

Written by Molly on August 8th, 2012

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