audible LP


is this thing on?  (UK)

alternative press

zine & not heard (UK)

collective zine (UK) 

dead press (UK)

manual dexterity (print) 


the alternative tone

golden mixtape


sputnik music

split 7″ with plaids

team reasonable


collective zine (UK)

split tape with square business

collective zine (UK)

zine and not heard (UK) (print)

is this thing on? (UK)

the draft LP
space city rock – “for dragging me back to the mid-’90s and reassuring me that I’m not misremembering the way it used to be back then, I have to say it: I freaking love this band.”

born to run (away) – “wow, what a giant step for Football, etc. this is! […] It really is the perfect progression for the band.”

music liberation – “a pleasant mix of the melodic-emo of bands like The Appleseed Cast, the shoegazing indie-pop of The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, and the post-art-punk of Pretty Girls Make Graves”

mad mackerel – “indie-pop of the most infectious and sparklingly memorable kind.”

oh so fresh!- “The trio from Houston have soft vocals over energetic guitars that will captivate you from one listen.”

make my heart an instrument – Kyle Fischer of Rainer Maria’s blog

phrequency (WKDU blog) – #2 on TOP SPINS: February 14th-Feb 20th, 2011

houston press – album review + interview

the noise filter

manual dexterity

peterborough evening telegraph (UK)

huddersfield daily examiner (UK)

congleton chronicle (UK)

team reasonable

away game 7″
7inches- “It has the unlikely sound of a band succeeding at adding vocals to epic Explosions, or Don Cab tracks that are somehow equally as compelling.”

star beat music- “This is a record you listen to with your eyes closed, so you can pay attention to every wonderful sound.”

the byke rack- “Lindsey Minton’s voice is nothing short of heavenly […] infectious guitar lines, meticulous drumming and overall stronger songwriting in general. A big step up from a band already known for writing clever, memorable tunes”


scene point blank

nostalgia for infinity

split 7″ with empire!empire!
collective-zine UK- “Soft vocals merge nicely with the layers of jangly guitars making a big hug of a sound.”

rock and roll meandering nonsense- “They serve their indie up with decidedly less overt pop sheen […] giving it a beautiful earthy life that eludes the formula.”

first down ep
dryvetyme onlyne- “the music itself has a very fresh swagger to it […] a savory mix of fist-pumping with closed-eyed sway”

houston press- “loaded with the kind of springy bass lines, off-pitch vocals and gnarled guitar that prompted Collective Zine UK to liken the local trio to mid-’90s Wisconsin emo trailblazers Rainer Maria, and we see no reason to disagree.”

writing in basic UK- “a more poppy Jejune with a little PJ Harvey on the vocals.”

violent tango blog- “lindsay’s lackadaisical, slightly off-key vocals are as infectious as the bouncy melodies.”

sound as language heads up!

collective-zine UK

were so indie blog


scene better days – interview

sound in the signals – interview

anthem albums – interview (english)

anthem albums – interview (portuguese)

casual friday – interview

houston press – 11 best houston releases of 2013

houston press – 10 houston acts you should be listening to

LP hoopla – interview

swimmingly – interview

zine and not heard- emos still got it

free press houston – interview

manual dexterity – interview

scottish sun – interview (UK)

burton mail – interview (UK)

ipswich evening star – interview (UK)

team reasonable: emo is not dead

sound as language spotlight

feriadoenelsol blog