#1 CICK Smithers, March 13, 2018
#12 CITR Vancouver, March 13, 2018
#20 CFBX Kamloops, March 13, 2018
#7 CILU Thunder Bay, March 6, 2018
#8 CJSR Edmonton, February 27, 2018
#26 CKUT Montreal, February 13, 2018
#28 CJLO Montreal, February 13, 2018
#18 CFRC Kingston, January 30, 2018
"A steady flow of high-grade, homemade anti-rock. Acoustic and electric guitars wrestle for prominence in the mix to create what’s become No Museums’ signature sound: a blissed out, blown-out, super fuzzy folk/rock/pop hybrid...The seven-track album is an exercise in brevity, clocking in at a lightning fast 12 minutes yet still brimming with melodies and hooks...Nothing on It All Begins To Feel sounds rushed...Images of frozen rivers, the low sun on a forest path, knives, and burning books pepper his poetic verses, coalescing most evocatively around 'The Twin Tone Market'. It’s the one song where Betmanis veers from his formula, using a steady retro-synth drum pattern and pronounced dynamics to lift the veil of feedback. The words may be purposefully obtuse, but the emotional resonance comes through loud and clear in the delivery: No Museums is all feeling."
Dominionated, February 2018
"At least once a year, we’re gifted a release by No Museums; they’re always creating, and always succeeding in crafting enjoyable tunes. Today they drop It All Begins to Feel, an exercise in brevity and hooks. Six of the seven tracks all come in at under 2 minutes, though the craftsmanship maximizes your listening in enjoyment. These are subtle pop tunes, filled with smoky vocals and great guitar work; at the moment my favorite of the 7 is 'Old Projectors.' So much substance packed into an enjoyable 11 minute adventure. I’m hoping that the band will have another release for us by year’s end, so cross your fingers while you enjoy."
Austin Town Hall, January 2018