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“As the album progresses minute by minute, it transforms into pseudo-psychedelic rock, which may make you wonder what you did with your Velvet Underground collection. One of the best things about Broken Shoelaces And Sleeping Pills is that you can't guess when and how the songs' style will shift, but they tend to become more impressive as they continue.”
“Borrowing its name from the carousing, profligate brother in Fyodor Dostoyevsky's classic novel, The Brothers Karamazov, Mitya has spent the last handful of years evolving its sound and bringing together angular guitar textures with driving rhythms and dark, moody edges. At times the group evokes Pavement reigning in its excesses, and at others Mitya sounds like an upbeat Elephant 6 band.”
“You can't get much more indie than these guys.”