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Transmission

by Mike Sandwich

indie pop
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Careful Disarray
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2. Nevermind
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3. f.p.t.
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4. Woke Up Today
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5. Delayed In Waking
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6. Lights Down
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7. You Got Me
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8. Backseat
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
New York indie-pop band, Mike Sandwich began as an experiment between long-time friends in early 2001. The group developed its sound and style rooted in the D.I.Y approach: need rehearsal space? Build it; Want to play a major festival? Create one; need an album? Learn how, and produce one; And, most importantly, want to develop a distinct sound? Lock yourselves in a room for months until you find it.

While they continually draw from their contemporaries for inspiration, bands like The Flaming Lips, Supergrass, The Pixies, Happy Mondays, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stone Roses, and U2 have influenced their sound and defined for them what being a band is about.


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'slightly riveting, slightly haunting and full-on energizing'
When I first got an email from the Mike Sandwich crew, I gave it the usual "Who? What?" dismissal and filed it away. Then I listened to some of their songs and found this low-fi indie soundscape slightly riveting, slightly haunting and full-on energizing. They lack comparison but I guess I could sum them up as the love child of Morrissey and The Stone Roses raised on a Radiohead tour bus.