WE'RE BLOWN AWAY by the response so far to Throw Ourselves In - the biggest to date from fans, radio, streaming services, and reviewers. We were number 3 on Hype Machine's Most Blogged Artists the week after release so THANK YOU to all of you for listening and supporting new music. 🎈
Below is a selection of very, very nice comments...
With upbeat indie stylings and infectiously good songs, Marsicans are mastering the art of making banging indie-pop tunes.
- Wonderland magazine.
Noisy, infectious, and impossible not to dance to.
Kicking it up a notch, Marsicans skillfully strike a balance between indie-alt-pop with a gritty, modern rock sound.
- Indie Shuffle
A robust romp through the tail-end of Britpop.
- Little Indie Blogs
Their grungiest track to date...filled with high energy guitar and a chorus that you can’t help but sing along to.
- The Revue
- Turtle Tempo
With James Newbigging's recognisable voice and their unfaltering harmonies, Marsicans' upward trajectory shows no sign of letting up.
- Hidden Herd
Full, friendly, faux aggressive indie rock with a retro New Wave chorus and a Kooks-like bridge.
- Born Music
A track that rips straight in to the brain.
- Emerging Indie Bands
Insanely catchy melodies, big guitars, impeccable song structure with some ’00s pop-punk yells thrown into their peppy indie-guitar-rock for good measure.
- Independent Clauses
A joyously anthemic fist-pumper.
- East of 8th
Harder and slightly more rough-around-the-edges...another absolute peach.
Liberal use of scuzz and cymbals accompany the ever-present joyful hooks and harmonies.
- Indie Central Music
A live favourite and probably their grungiest yet.
- Indie Is Not A Genre
Beautifully harmonised, head bopper of a tune.
- Cracked Vinyl
A soundscape both joyful and sharp.
- Indie & Tonic
A high octane rush from beginning to end.
- New Wave Testament
A power punch of alternative energy that stands out among the flacid, run-of-the-mill sounds of the current indie scene.
- Fresh Beats
Marsicans doing what they do best – crowd-pleasing, gig-ready anthems with clever instrumentalism.
- Music And Other Thingz
Reminiscent of The Maccabees’ Wall of Arms on a diet of grunge and multi-part harmonies.
- Last Song On Blue Tape