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Under The Radar review
07.07.14

So White Suns plug in, and, hearing them, it, on record, you might be inclined to think that apocalypse is simply not enough for these guys. The sound of this Brooklyn-based three...

Under The Radar review
03.03.14

For all their mutations, The Men generally don't do anything they'd be ashamed to have splayed across the front page of the Village Voice. They make rock music, flexibly and...

The Quietus review
10.03.14

The thing about progress is not so much that you can't stop it but more where it leads to. Things are always going to evolve, change and mutate but the question is, 'Into what...

Spotinews recomendation
04.03.14

Evening. The intense new album by The Men arrived to Spotify earlier today. Genre: rock. Enjoy! (Read some reviews here.) The Men – Tomorrow’s HitsFiled under: 2014, Rock

NME review
16.10.13

The hardcore racket that made the Brooklyn band's name is out. Five stripped-back tracks - actually recorded round a campfire - are in

NME review
05.03.13

The Brooklynites take a gentle turn from their punk roots to draw on a host of new influences, but still rock like muthas

Alt Press review
27.03.13

Rewind to 2011: New York amp molesters the Men make Leave Home, a gloriously oppressive record documenting unhealthy manifestations of seething attitude and amplifier vivisection...

Punk News review
26.03.13

The phrase "Whatever you are, be a good one," most oftenly attributed to Abraham Lincoln appears to be a piece of advice that the Men have taken to heart. When they were a...

Spin review
19.03.13

Bold Brooklynites somehow get both noisier and cozier

The Quietus review
18.03.13

When the time came to record their new album, The Men headed a couple of hours north of New York City to a cabin in the Catskill Mountains. The upshot of a 300 million year...

AudioCred review
10.03.13

Brooklyn’s The Men keep 2013’s garage rock torch blazing on their sophomore LP, New Moon. In recent days, the genre has witnessed a revival of sorts, with bands such as Parquet...

Pitchfork review
08.03.13

It's the first law of indie-rock: Every grungy, guitar-powered act-- from Dinosaur Jr. to Titus Andronicus-- eventually goes a little Crazy Horse, gradually easing their squalling...

Spotinews recomendation
06.03.13

Evening. From a very recent Spotify update: the new album by The Men. Genre: noise pop/rock. Enjoy! (Note: Tomorrow I’m going back home again, which means no blog updates during...

The Line of Best Fit review
06.03.13

At times quite captivating and as rowdy, New Moon is ultimately an album half-full of both indelible sonic fury and equally forgettable missteps.

NME review
14.02.13

WAKE UP EVERYONE! ROCK IS HAPPENING

Spin review
04.06.12

The Bleakest AmRep sludge possible gets noogied by jagged Residents angles: The noise-metal Primus?

Pitchfork review
08.03.12

Open Your Heart is both tremendously physical and friendly, knocking you on your ass one second and then immediately helping you back up to put a beer in your hand. While there...

BBC review
16.03.12

These Brooklyn-based animal men are rocking for themselves, but we’re all invited.

Spotinews recomendation
09.03.12

Howdy. I’ve been on the road for a couple of days, but this new album by The Men sure looks like a very recent addition. Read this review and enjoy! (Genre: rock) The Men – Open...

Punk News review
09.03.12

It seems odd that one of the punkest records of 2012 would open with a riff reminiscent of the Doobie Brothers’ “China Grove,” but it does. After that opening guitar lick, however...

BBC review
05.12.11

Brooklyn four-piece stand at the edge of a breakthrough – now, do they stick or twist?

Punk News review
21.02.12

The Men are on that careful edge of breakout stardom in music circles due to their second release, Leave Home. It's eight tracks of pure garage noise, mixed in with nice helpings...