Sounds Like: The Velvet Underground, Feeding People, Thee Oh Sees, The Zombies, Best Coast
Label: unsigned (artisans)
Manager: arun kirpalani
Bio: May McDonough & Co.’s story sounds a little like that abstract French film you saw once in college. You know there is a theme buried somewhere just out of grasp, and yet the bizarre imagery and odd characters leave you feeling a bit confused, a bit cultured, perhaps a bit enlightened, but mostly ...See Full Bio
“Three may be a crowd, or it may be good company, but it's also the number of singles released by May McDonough & Company throughout 2013 in anticipation of their upcoming full length 'bullyboywithaglasseye.' Theirs is an enticing mix of pure psychedelia and 60s girl group pop. The group has an intensely experimental side, but manage to keep things tight and succinct whilst exploring all their groovy ideas. "Mannequin" displays the ever-present contrast between dark and light that broods underneath the sparkling pop elements in their songs, creating dense textures. There's a playfulness that hints at rebellious danger, that keeps what could become repetitiously dour, light and fun. With each new single, there are new soundscapes and something new for the ears in every change-up.”
Ask May McDonough & Company anything...
Q: Love your music especially "Be Careful of the Tales you Tell". Anyway to get a mp3 or studio version soon?
A: Thanks Jon! Thats good to hear! Well Careful of the Tales will be on our next album 'bullyboywithaglasseye' which we are currently in the studio recording. Were trying to get that to you as soon as possible. But the single is out on iTunes! try "Hell is for Lovers"! and keep on keepn on.
Asked by Jonathan Thayer. Answered on Mon Jan 07 2013All Questions