Closure in Moscow joined the Midwest Real podcast to talk their satirical psychedelic opus, Pink Lemonade, and journey deep, deep down the rabbit hole.

Is there a group of creatives that has it harder than musicians? Their craft is exceedingly simple to steal, consume, judge, then cast aside like yesterday’s Hot n’ Ready crust (what the dork in this link who looks like he went straight from a wedding to reviewing a 5 dollar pizza doesn’t tell you is that it’s the worst. The worst ever). To be fair, we have a right to be skeptical. The vast majority of today’s music is formulaic, predictable, shallow, devoid of any deeper meaning and often crafted for the sole purpose of grabbing the attention of the nearest industry turd. Then there are bands like my guests, Closure in Moscow.


I could go on pink-lemonadeand on about what I think is the best record I’ve heard in a very long time, but I’ll let my conversation (also, seriously, one of my favorites ever) with Chris and Manny from the band take it from here.

Oh, and did I mention they’re approachable, down to earth, funny, well-spoken guys that I could see hanging out with this weekend if not for the 10 thousand mile geographical disparity we share? 

Throw every bit of support their way you can via their Twitter and Facebook accounts and their website


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