Some fine folks who've noticed us:
New York Weddings Magazine: 'An Original Soundtrack' by Andrew Parks.
"Founder Melanie Flannery makes sure her well-rehearsed band is ready to play a crowd-pleasing range of cross-generational hits that lead straight up to today, whether that means a couple decades of college radio (Pavement, Depeche Mode), midstream smashes from last year (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Janelle Monae, Passion Pit), or welcome 180s like Hall & Oates or G N’ R with note-for-note Slash solos."
Guest Blog for Huffington Post Weddings: 'Why There's No Substitute for Live Music at Your Wedding' by Melanie R. Flannery
Martha Stewart Weddings: Real Weddings - Hayley & Gregg -- "The bridal party entered to a rendition of Joy Division's "Love Will Tear Us Apart", Gregg walked down the aisle to "This Charming Man" by The Smiths, and Hayley made her debut on the arms of her parents to the couple's "official” song, “"Postcards From Italy" By Beirut, performed by the Mixtape Cover Band."
Modern Weddings : "Event :: The NotWedding takes New York, part one".
Carats & Cake: Jenna & John in Brooklyn, NY
VOGUE Magazine: 9 Wedding Bands and DJs for Your Special Day by Patricia Garcia: "Their name really says it all. Don’t expect anything from Katy Perry or Justin Bieber from this group of conservatory-trained musicians. Their repertoire consists of indie hits from the past and present—think Beirut, the Smiths, Arcade Fire, and Joy Division."
loverly: 7 Signs You're Totally at a Brooklyn Wedding by Claire Aven "This super rad wedding band is anything but cookie-cutter; they'll play everything from Arcade Fire to Wilco with a few 80s and 90s hits mixed right in. So if you're invited to Brooklyn for a wedding, bring your dancing moves."
Guest Blog for The NotWedding: How to choose your wedding music
Outside the ring box: Find an anti-wedding band for your big day By Danielle Furfaro, The Brooklyn Paper
Green Wedding Shoes: Hudson Valley Barn Wedding - Danielle + Mike - "MIXTAPE: a cover band for hipsters kept the party going strong and Danielle + Mike danced to Strangers by The Kinks for their first dance."