“No Museums sound restless and in transition...the acoustic bent of their latest is miles from the fuzzy, shoegaze-inspired sound that’s become their calling card. The exquisitely gorgeous 'Land On The Return' evokes comparisons to The Boo Radleys, another band that expertly merged guitar distortion with acoustic pop. There’s swirling strings and loose tendrils of melody curling through the album closer, compelling the listener to press repeat...The Malcontents shifts and fidgets its way through an internal rebellion, stretching and loosening up to allow No Museums room to breathe and grow."
Quick Before It Melts, May 2015
"a lo-fi bedroom folk record meshed with the shadows of shoegaze...a pretty stripped down affair, but there’s these little experimental elements that push the songs over the edge. I hope this doesn’t turn out to be one of the best albums no one hears"
Austin Town Hall, April 2015
"...Lyrically, they’ve always had a dark slant but now they have gotten downright grim (consider 'The Country Block' where we are placed inside the mind of a coldblooded killer). However, unlike fellow Albertan Chad Vangaalen, their music never really sounds that grim on the surface – in fact, it can even be upbeat. Although they occasionally sound like early REM ('Land on the Return') and even Nirvana ('This Is a Freight Train') No Museums have reached the point where they really resemble no one, producing as they do a sound that is both contemporary and timeless..."
Ride The Tempo, April 2015
#20 CJSW Calgary, September 29, 2015
#13 CFBX Kamloops, June 2, 2015
#28 CJSF Burnaby, May 19, 2015
#10 CHUO Ottawa, May 5, 2015
#22 CFMH Saint John, April 21, 2015
#18 CJAM Windsor, April 21, 2015
#21 CKDU Halifax, April 21, 2015
#23 CJSR Edmonton, April 14, 2015