“Devin and Al BOTH make an hour-long appearance on The Open Eye podcast!”
"The Post Mortems avoid the two-piece trap of sonic limitation on the strength of their song-writing: Every song on Cracked and Crooked has distinctive and memorable melodies, and there’s plenty of dynamic shifts and tonal changes in the instruments and voice."
"The Post Mortems' genre-defying sound intentionally paints itself into a corner, distinguished from the local music scene and hacking out its own niche with a blunted battleaxe."
"Let’s start with the laziness, because it’s instructive how narrowly Alexander defines it."
"Most of the following scenarios would have stopped a mortal band."
“RME Cafe show article with Mutts!”
“Inclusion for the Viral Video segment on WQAD.”
“Devin Alexander, of the Iowa-based drums and bass duo the Post Mortems, talks about the challenges of writing for a band comprised of two instruments not normally featured for an entire song.”
““We don't sound at all like we’re missing an instrument,” he said. “People don’t come to our shows and think, ‘It would be great if they had more guitar sound in there’ or anything like that. We’re not missing a thing.””