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Schizopolitans Media Coverage
Schizopolitans Media Coverage

Monday December 19 2016, 2:14 PM

The songs, in true Schizopolitans form, break down the boundaries of genre labels. In one moment the music infiltrates your bones with a futuristic synth, then compels your attention with a futuristic, deconstructed rock fury. In the next moment, it is art rock with an avant-garde, Nintendo-esque quality.”
    — Anna Hart, Reno News and Review
    July 21st, 2016

    “But fundamentally all Schizopolitans music is about rhythm, so no matter how dense and abstract the music might get, or how theatrical Xtevion’s vocals might be, there’s always a babymaking groove that holds everything together.”
    — Brad Bynum, Reno News and Review
    July 21st, 2011

    “What do Schizopolitans ‘feel’ like? Sound has texture, a feeling, a vibe if all goes well, and theirs is congealed somewhere in the range of a space odyssey coming down from peyote. Sometimes little bits of vague memories or paranoia are scrambled in as well.”
    — Chad Sorg, God Hates Reno

    "Any band that asks you to refer to them by their alter ego and lists their main instrument as a Big Black Stick is begging you to dig a little deeper
    — Melanie Flores, Reno Passport
    December 1st, 2009

    “Truthfully one of the bands that convinces me that Reno will always have something to offer the world because I can’t find anything like them anywhere else.”
    — Gay Rodeo, God Hates Reno
    September 25th, 2009

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