Motormouthmedia is a full-service, boutique PR firm specializing in cutting-edge music and pop culture accounts. Motormouthmedia aims to be affordable and forward-thinking and has the juice to get our clients the media coverage they need. Clients span the musical spectrum in size and nature, but they all have one thing in common: goodness.
Motormouthmedia handles clients from top to bottom, from blogs/online sites to national television and every large newspaper and entertainment magazine in the country. In 2010 we booked over 15 national TV appearances (Colbert, Leno, Kimmel, CBS News, Letterman, Conan, Fallon, Ferguson, Daly, Good Day NY, CNN, Tavis Smiley, Mo'Nique, Austin City Limits etc) and placed features for our bands at spots like The New Yorker, The New York Times, NY Times Magazine, NPR, GQ, Spin, Elle, Spin, Women's Day, Details, Rolling Stone, Marie Claire, Harper's Baazar, The Fader, Blackbook, Vanity Fair and tons more. We also work very closely with blogs and online media and have long-standing relationships with online music outlets such as Pitchforkmedia and Stereogum.
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Fuck Buttons was conceived by Andrew Hung & Benjamin John Power in the winter of 2004, Bristol UK. Initially the group was born as an outlet for their nihilistic-noise tendencies but quickly, the two Fuck Buttons realized they could harness the use of noise as a tool to immerse and evoke. No longer afraid of melody or rhythm, the group started fusing all these elements to the point when drone becomes melody becomes rhythm. With their electric live performances sealing the notion that the two Fuck Buttons are attempting some kind of transcendence between the listener and the Universe itself, one could easily envisage one’s psyche being shaken by the very rumbles of the earth’s motions. Fuck Buttons straddle you between the wall of sound that lies between the beginning of destruction and the end of birth. This grand noise will fondle you into a state of immersed euphoria.
Deerhunter perform the title track “Monomania” off of their newest album, Monomania. Singer Bradford Cox shakes up the place with an odd finger situation and a demanding performance. Oh and yes, the song is ridiculously good. Watch the clip here.
Charles Bradley — “The Screaming Eagle of Soul” — will release his second album Victim of Love on April 2 via Daptone Records imprint Dunham Records.