Falling Apart At The Seams

by Brett Mitchell

Released 2011
Released 2011
Midland's Brett Mitchell continues his tuneful march into pop-rock glory with his catchy, smartly constructed songs and gorgeous guitar work, an amalgamation spanning a plethora of genres, with a focus on folk and alternative rock, and a dash of country.
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On his third disc Brett Mitchell comes out shooting from the hip with the help of genius pop-minister Andy Reed. Hallelujah. This duo is a match made in power pop Heaven. With a heavy dose of Mitchell’s vision, MItchell and Reed were able to fashion an irresistible collage of vaguely familiar sounds, brought to full sonic brilliance through the analog recording technique. Reed was behind the board twisting the dials and bringing out the …
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Small House

by Brett Mitchell

Released 2007
Released 2007
A pop rock & folk album full of left turns from upbeat electric rock with catchy licks to acoustic whims, in the stylings of Brendan Benson, Beatles, Rufus Wainwright and Jeff Tweedy.
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From the opening synthesizer line of Brett Mitchell's Small House, you know that this is music written by someone who understands pop—not trash pop, but up-beat, radio-friendly, fun pop. From the palm muted guitars to the catchy riffs, from the hook-based choruses to the perfectly harmonized back-up vocals, this album is pop through and through...Mitchell's strong voice and excellent songwriting combine to make him a powerful front man...The gorgeous recording quality allows …
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Stereo

by Brett Mitchell

Released 2005
Released 2005
{Stereo} is a drive down the coast, windows down, hair flappin', thumb tappin’ on the wheel trip. It will make you feel good the way a glass of lemonade refreshes but bring you back to a reality that’s not always sunny.