Car Seat Headrest in the news – June 2021

“While some of us patiently wait for a studio version of the ripping take on Lou Reed’s ‘Waves of Fear’ that Car Seat Headrest brought to Brooklyn Steel in 2018, we have a four-song covers EP from Will Toledo to tide us over, including his bouncy take on David Bowie’s Station to Station classic ‘Golden Years.'”

–Jason Lipshutz & Joe Lynch on Billboard, June 28, 2021

“June’s EPs double down on the new direction, enjoying newfound energy in ‘Running Up That Hill’ and inviting unlikely collaboration in a re-work with Superorganism.”

–James Reynolds on The Indiependent, June 24, 2021

“Car Seat Headrest share ‘Making A Door Less Open’ remix and cover EPs”

–Matthew Neale on NME, June 23, 2021

“A year on since the release of ‘Making A Door Less Open’, Car Seat Headrest are sharing two new EPs consisting of influences for the band’s 12th studio album and remixes of its tracks.”

DIY Magazine, June 22, 2021

“Car Seat Headrest are dropping not one but two digital-only EPs today – MADLO: Influences and MADLO: Remixes.”

–Logan Blake on Spin, June 22, 2021

“Last year, Car Seat Headrest released the underrated Making A Door Less Open. Today, Will Toledo has put out two new EPs attached to the album, one called MADLO: Influences and the other MADLO: Remixes.”

–James Rettig on Stereogum, June 22, 2021

“MADLO: Influences includes covers of David Bowie’s ‘Golden Years’, Kate Bush’s ‘Running Up That Hill’, Nine Inch Nails’ ‘March of the Pigs’, and the Who’s ‘Substitute.'”

–Konstantinos Pappas on ourculture, June 22, 2021

“MADLO: Remixes features reworks by Superorganism, Scuba, yeule, Dntel, and 1 Trait Danger.”

–Evan Minsker 0n Pitchfork, June 22, 2021

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