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“Wondering where Moving Units have been since the release of 2007's Hexes for Exes? Rather busy, it appears, between touring and brainstorming new material in preparation for a forthcoming EP. You'll be happy to know the boys haven't missed a beat in the past few years, their new songs reminiscent of the much beloved and highly danceable Dangerous Dreams, albiet a bit edgier.”
““Singer/guitarist, Blake Miller and drummer, Chris Hathwell took every opportunity to banter with the audience, at one point offering booze, Liquid X, cookies and bananas…The entire night consisted old and new songs, high-intensity dancing and band-audience love, which seemed to garner the appreciation of everyone at the Glass House that night.””
“From the looks of the show, good things could be on the horizon as Moving Units continue into 2009.”
“Miller’s sneering, SoCal punk-dude voice complements the foursome’s Peter Hook bass lines and shuffling, cymbal-heavy disco drums.”
“If you haven't heard of them yet, you will. The Moving Units are going places you see, and doing so with the extra verve and gusto that will send them to the top”
“Moving Units’ latest has the swagger and sneer of the most iconic rock, combined with catchy, sexy, melancholic dance riffs recalling classics from New Order to the Cure”
“Dangerous Dreams is dance-punk, simple and unabashed, and the album wins points for its sincerity”