Press

April 30, 2015 - Missing People reviewed in Variety: "Particularly well served by a fine soundtrack of (mostly) new multi-artist cuts that sound like buried nuggets from the protag's formative years in New York's fertile multimedia punk/New Wave underground."

April 30, 2015 - Missing People reviewed in Variety:

"Particularly well served by a fine soundtrack of (mostly) new multi-artist cuts that sound like buried nuggets from the protag's formative years in New York's fertile multimedia punk/New Wave underground."

March 24, 2015 - Will Stratton featured in The Guardian on "The Playlist": "There are some familiar troubadour flavours here, but Stratton transforms his song into something more unexpected and quite magical."  

March 24, 2015 - Will Stratton featured in The Guardian on "The Playlist":

"There are some familiar troubadour flavours here, but Stratton transforms his song into something more unexpected and quite magical."

 

April 24, 2015 - Missing People review in the Hollywood reporter: "Music supervisor Adam Oelsner's judiciously used samples complement the strong camerawork."

April 24, 2015 - Missing People review in the Hollywood reporter:

"Music supervisor Adam Oelsner's judiciously used samples complement the strong camerawork."

March 25, 2015 - The trailer for Missing People premiered on Indiewire. The trailer features music by Polyrock and Magic Drop artist Tom Filardo.  

March 25, 2015 - The trailer for Missing People premiered on Indiewire. The trailer features music by Polyrock and Magic Drop artist Tom Filardo.

 

July, 1 2014 - Stereogum on Tielsie: “Palette begins with glittery synth stabs and pitched-up vocals that carry it toward a sweeping drop, building to the highest possible point of energy, before everything jams up, reverses itself, and shifts into a gorgeous mostly beat-less drone that will just swallow you whole."  

July, 1 2014 - Stereogum on Tielsie:


“Palette begins with glittery synth stabs and pitched-up vocals that carry it toward a sweeping drop, building to the highest possible point of energy, before everything jams up, reverses itself, and shifts into a gorgeous mostly beat-less drone that will just swallow you whole."
 

December 4, 2014: Spinning on Air, WNYC Will Stratton first shared his songs on Spinning On Air in 2010, and now he again joins David Garland, with new songs to sing, and a survivor's story to tell.

December 4, 2014: Spinning on Air, WNYC

Will Stratton first shared his songs on Spinning On Air in 2010, and now he again joins David Garland, with new songs to sing, and a survivor's story to tell.

December 18, 2014 - Music video premiere of Stephen Steinbrink's "Now You See Everything., created by Eli Moore, Adam Oelsner and Stephen Steinbrink.

December 18, 2014 - Music video premiere of Stephen Steinbrink's "Now You See Everything., created by Eli Moore, Adam Oelsner and Stephen Steinbrink.

September, 17 2014 - Pitchfork article on PC Music: "Tielsie's first demos, which surfaced a year ago, suggested a staggering rhythmic imagination."    

September, 17 2014 - Pitchfork article on PC Music:

"Tielsie's first demos, which surfaced a year ago, suggested a staggering rhythmic imagination."

 

 

July 8, 2014 - Arranged Waves, by Stephen Steinbrink, review: "Stephen Steinbrink is at his best when experimenting with song structures, layering and effects, drawing from sixties rock 'n' roll and psychedelia through to eighties yacht-rock. "

July 8, 2014 - Arranged Waves, by Stephen Steinbrink, review:

"Stephen Steinbrink is at his best when experimenting with song structures, layering and effects, drawing from sixties rock 'n' roll and psychedelia through to eighties yacht-rock. "