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Customer Reviews

Love this record

This record is really creative. It's musical. It's inviting. It gives me the warm fuzzies to know that there are people out there creating music still, and not just something to fit in a genre.


The poppiest bits of the kinks, the occasional depth of the Beatles, and the edge of early Who- all wrapped up in a package delivered without a smirk or a wink. If they really do mean it, they'll be around for a while

Great new album

I love this bands stuff. They've got the sound of The Beatles, but with their own take on it. It's great. Make sure to check out their other CD too. They have potential to be big.


Formed: 2000 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Chicago noise pop quartet the M's formed in the summer of 2000. Singer/guitarist Josh Chicoine, late of local jam band Jamestown, first collaborated with drummer Steve Versaw in the short-lived psych pop outfit Sanoponic, and after that project dissolved, Versaw moved in with singer/bassist Joey King (his onetime bandmate in the Kalamazoo-based Ordination of Aaron) and singer/guitarist Robert Hicks. The four musicians became regular collaborators, building a home studio and regularly recording original...
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