The Mailman's Children
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The Mailman's Children

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | Established. Jan 01, 2020 | SELF | AFM

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | SELF | AFM
Established on Jan, 2020
Band Rock Alternative


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"CD REVIEW: "The Spiders We Eat""

"..."The Spiders We Eat" is an unexpected gem. The vocals, intense and impassioned, and the songwriting, clever and insightful, alone make this EP worth listening to. An EP that flows; the transition from one song to the next is effortless and the vocals are transformative!"
8 out of 10*** - Pooja S. -

"CD REVIEW: The Mailman's Children - "Supply and Demand""

“Like a heavy weight boxer the songs keep coming at you one after the other - with no sign of letting up. From heartfelt “Walls Have Ears” to grooving Anger At Its Best” this CD pretty much has something for just about everyone.” - Cyrus Rhodes
RATING: 9* out of 10*** - INDIE MUSIC DIGEST, Seattle, WA, USA

"The Mailman's Children release "Supply & Demand""

"Supply and Demand is a must have and in the class of all by itself" - Jennifer Hertzler

"MUSIC EMISSIONS, The Mailman's Children "Supply & Demand""

“…there is a tightness and intimacy throughout all six songs which warrant repeated listens - You could say this EP is essential audio accompaniment to any prolonged road trip.” - Rockthusiast, AKA Gilles Leblanc
RATING 3.5* out of 5*** - MUSIC EMISSIONS (USA)

"Review: The Mailman's Children's "UNDERCOVER""

"The lyricism for “Undercover” exhibits passion and glimpses of hope. While Labossiere delivers “And I wish that I could be there, and I wish that I was leading you to safety,” with devotion and echoes of genuine sincerity, the employed tone is nothing short of authenticity. The lyrics simply click with the conveyed tone, appearing to enhance the sincerity audible through The Mailman’s Children’s instrumental and vocal performances. The arrangement may be of simplicity, but the lyricism evokes an emotional response, showcasing The Mailman’s Children as a band built off of genuineness and originality: both of which are rarities with a multitude of modern artists. .."- ALEXA SPIELER -

"SKOPE MAG- The Mailman's Children, "Supply & Demand" (EP)"

“Supply and Demand is sure to be remembered as one of the more modern Alternative Rock-Pop releases of our time from Canada. It’s pure College Rock the way it used to be via full-tilt of playing, hooky grooves and a top tiered sound. It’s the ultimate in musical intoxication. - Scottie Carlito
RATING: 4.5* out of 5*** - SKOPE MAG, BOSTON, MA, USA

"TORONTO SUN - CD REVIEW: "Stranger Things""

“There’s NOTHING ILLEGITIMATE about Mailman’s Children. These guys are the real deal…Equal parts inspiration, perspiration and aspitation.” Darryl Sterdan (currently SUN MEDIA)

""Stranger Things" by The Mailman's Children"

"Details that are all too often overlooked are handled with care and deft precision. In a Rust Never Sleeps meets Also Sprach Zarathustra manoeuvre, two versions of the rock anthem “La Guillotine” bookend the album, building up to the album and then dramatically concluding it with the same melody. More than a collection of songs, Stranger Things is a complete album, best enjoyed as a whole." - Broose Tulloch
RATING: 4* out of 5* - STYLUS MAGAZINE (University of Winnipeg)


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