Mickey Blurr
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Mickey Blurr

Bethel, CT | Established. Jan 01, 2018

Bethel, CT
Established on Jan, 2018
Band Pop Art Rock


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"Mickey Blurr Shares Mausoleum Melter “St. Paul”"

Bethel, CT art-rock musician Mickey Blurr recently released “St. Paul”, a stadium sized explosion of distortion and controlled chaos.

A demonstration of craftful maximalism, “St. Paul” waves a static-shock blanket of electric guitars, roguishly blowing up plenty grit and dust. Despite its turbulent environment, Blurr keeps a tempered delivery with his layered baritone, reminding us they’re in control of this wicked ripper. Between sections, panned pianos pin down hazy melodies, like tombstones visible through dense fog. If there’s any song to listen to at a cemetery, it’s probably this one.

Mickey Blurr’s music often dances along the line between alt-pop and experimental rock alongside Ariel Pink and Talking Heads — or, as the artist suggests, where Roxy Music meets 70s Philly soul. Mickey Blurr’s debut EP is expected to arrive this fall. - CT Scramble

"Mickey Blurr - St. Paul"

Mickey Blurr is a self claimed ‘pop musician’ from the New England area. They’re a pretty prolific musician from the little info I was able to gather, and it looks like I was really lucky to find anything at all because the more I learn about them, the more mysterious they come off (which is kind of exactly what I want from an artist like this, anyways!). This single is really exciting to me because I managed to catch Mickey a while back once in this packed out basement on a trip I took to visit some family friends in upstate New York. The set was wild, and I was surprised because the only thing I heard about Mickey before the show was that they’re a big jazz fan. So anyways, this is their debut single I guess (which is confusing because they have other music online but thats okay) and I’m really happy to hear it! The track shows a talent for big harmonies and ability structure noise in a way that’s both chaotic yet under control. There’s a big wailing wall of guitar feedback, and the track goes on a musical adventure until it implodes on itself, and then has this creepy jazz piano outro. It’s almost like Phil Spector meets Sonic Youth or something. I can’t really describe it well, but it’s a really cool track. That being said, I think it’s a little repetitive, which might be the point, but it does leave me wanting more (again maybe the point). I know they’re capable of something more energetic, but, aside from that, it’s great. Plus look at that cover art! If that isn’t cool, I don’t want to know what is. - Dead Sea Song Collector


Still working on that hot first release.



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