mrandmrsmays / mrandmrsmays

Mrandmrsmays' self-titled CD posits its local husband-and-wife team in DIY heaven, with a little help from friends. Sixteen Deluxe's Chris "Frenchie" Smith produced this edgy little album like an ode to 1980s New Wave. Vocalist Kate Kind orbits the B-52s' Cindy Wilson's gulpy vocals and Björk's sonic soaring with her "banshee shenanigans." Songwriter James Mays shares more ethereal vox with very provocative results ("Together"). review by Margaret Moser / Austin Chronicle


"One thing I never thought would go well together is The Cure and Riot Grrrl. Well mrandmrsmays have made me see the light. It's a perfect match check out 'Freak On' which starts like a Cure track before morphing into a riot grrlesque chant with some Teardrop Explodes like trumpets as an added bonus. It's another contender for the Devil's end of year top 10" Review by The Devil has the best tuna / Liverpool UK



mrandmrsmays / noodle a compilation of children's music and stories

"I really liked Noodle. I bought the Noodles CD for my grand daughter. It has become a big roadtrip and bedtime favorite of hers." author: Debbie

"Fun and different! NOT something you'll want to throw out the car window after hearing it for the tenth time in a row."
author: Terri (Mom and teacher)

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