The Marshalltown – Olympia, WA (Undercover) Review

“Rancid have been covered on several occasions, probably most notably by NOFX, but few have come across as wonderfully eclectic yet still urgent as Chicago punk rockers The Mizzerables‘ and their cover of ‘Olympia, WA’.” —Billy Ho, The Marshalltown (December 4, 2013)

New Noise Magazine Issue #4 (Print & Digital Special Issue)

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“Being a pop-punk band in Chicago – the unofficial home to some of the greatest pop-punk bands out there – is a pretty daunting task. But Joe Mizzi and his crew in The Mizzerables are up for the task.” –John B Moore, New Noise Magazine (Aug 25, 2013)

 

Chicagoist – Every Last Stitch Review

“Already one of this writer’s favorite local releases of the year after just a few spins, Every Last Stitch is a much needed reminder of pop punk in the’90s with enough originality to stick in your head for days to follow. — Katie Karpowicz, Chicagoist (Aug 08, 2013)

Dying Scene – Every Last Stitch Review

“Though “Every Last Stitch” may be Chicago punk act The Mizzerables‘ first full-length album, if you were to hear it without having any knowledge of the band, you’d most-likely think it was at least their fourth record. Everything about this album, whether it be the tone of the bass or the way the sound of the vocals seems to fit perfectly with the instrumentation, is literally flawless.” —Screeching Bottlerocket, DyingScene.com (Jul 29, 2013)

Chicago Punk Rock Radio – Every Last Stitch Review

“The Mizzerables first release was an EP consisting of 2 original songs and 3 covers. The EP was spread around but did not gain much attention. That will all change after the bands debut album “Every Last Stitch” is released. The album is set to be released on Whoa! Records July 23rd. The band was kind enough to send us the album and its been a joy listening to it. The album has a classic Chicago tone throughout. I’m not sure how to describe that in text but I’ll try. Chicago punk to me a very distinctive tone found in bands such as The Lawrence Arms, Downtown Struts, and Naked Raygun. It’s not poppy but it is catchy its music that begs you to listen over and over again and your more than happy to do so. “Every Last Stitch” discusses topics of youth, love, and dedication. The album comes in at around 27 minutes but doesn’t drag at all. With this album The Mizzerables put out a welcome mat and encourage you to come in and enjoy their music.” —Michael Obrecki, Chicago Punk Rock Radio (Jul 03, 2013)