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About Myles Coyne & The Rusty Nickel Band

These review predate the conception of Mouse Corn: “With considerable traction already beneath his ever-moving feet, Coyne’s pet project brings forth a lighthearted and upbeat debut album with Take Things As They Come. Coyne’s inherent positivity, combined with catchy-raspy melodies, brilliant harmonies, accentuated by a dab of harmonica and banjo coalesce to make this first Rusty Nickel deposit a fine addition to Coyne’s already bursting catalog.” -Tyler Mass // Milwaukee Magazine “If patrons of the Milwaukee music scene had to elect a lone person as its mascot, Myles Coyne would probably make the short list of strongest candidates” -Piet Levy // Journal Sentential “Myles Coyne and the Rusty Nickel Band stopped by for a rousing good time. Yes, rousing. I have fun with pretty much every band that comes in, but I had an exceptional time hosting these very talented (and quite funny) musicians. When the wheels come off because of the laughter and sillyness, it's a good thing. The songs, however, did not. Just gorgeous” -Stephan Kallo // 88.9 Radio Milwaukee "Animated, earthy and poetical, this album is loaded with sublime instrumental hooks and some complex melodies, but still feels decidedly conversational, like Myles himself; a tireless, largely self-taught fellow. This is a very impressive effort from one of the best bands in the Milwaukee area. Easily as good as anything Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and The Head and The Heart are doing." -Anthony Mark Happe // Impose “A graduate of the Isaac Brock/Conor Oberst school of vocal instability, singer-songwriter Myles Coyne has gigged relentlessly around Riverwest over the last couple years, since finding a choice outlet for his nervous energy with in his backing Rusty Nickel Band. It's fitting, then, that the group's inaugural full-length, the Shane Hochstetler-tracked Take Things As They Come, is paced like a live show, ping-ponging from lovely, finger-picked poetry to shambolic folk-rock combustions. It's a raw, giddy record, relentlessly eager to please, and a testament to Coyne's irrepressible showmanship.” -Evan Rytlewski // Shepherd Express As sweet and wistful as Take Things can be, it’s rough around all its edges—the point being, perhaps, that a rusty nickel has just as much value as a polished one, and recording engineer Shane Hochstetler has done a great job of capturing the goofy, youthful exuberance of a Myles Coyne live performance. In a scene dominated by pensive, even morose lyrics and music, this scrappy little record could be a real shot in the arm. -Cal Roch // Av Club Milwaukee “ [Take Things As They Come] find Myles and the band at their finest. Ranging from gentle contemplative songs to driving folk tunes that build and build, every track is an instant hit. With help from vocalist Caley Conway, tracks like “About” are a stunning example of what this band is capable of, while the unapologetic and crass lyrics of “Don’t Tell Me” show they have a sense of humor when it comes to their music. This is a fun record by a bunch of fun people” -Dan Davis // The Vinyl Distract “Having followed Myles Coyne and the Rusty Nickels for a few years now, it’s just awesome to finally hear them release a full-length album. I’m not sure how to summarize the album in its entirety other than to say that it just sounds right, like the perfect culmination of years of jamming, gigging, and dreams. It makes me happy to hear this lighthearted album from a bunch of musicians with a lot of ambition coupled with a lot of talent. Take Things As They Come is eager to please – and it does.” -Alyssa Lee // Midwest Action "His style sits between tried-and-true musical traditions and varied experimentation, eased along with poppy sensibilities." -Matt Rich // Playground Misnomer "Given that Myles Coyne splits his time between several local bands, including bustling indie-rockers Animals in Human Attire and the unrelenting post-hardcore outfit Temple (who released their own ferocious album this year, The Conscience of the King), it’s not too surprising that Coyne’s namesake band is a musically polyamorous affair. Coyne’s Rusty Nickel Band is a folk ensemble first and foremost, but they find a lot wiggle room in that loose classification, skipping from rustic, fingerpicked musings in the Bob Dylan mold to shambolic, Titus Andronicus-esque punk-rock combustions." -Shepherd Express // Essential Milwaukee Albums 2013 "This band really sucks." Nathan Toth // Friend "Forever trusting Mario into a hellish nightmare of eternal death, rebirth, and incremental progression."
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Genres:
Alternative, Rock, Alternative Rock
Band Members:
Alex Klosterman - Lead Guitar, Chuck Zonk - Bass, Myles Coyne - Guitar, Steve Vorass Jr. - Drums
Hometown:
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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About Myles Coyne & The Rusty Nickel Band

These review predate the conception of Mouse Corn: “With considerable traction already beneath his ever-moving feet, Coyne’s pet project brings forth a lighthearted and upbeat debut album with Take Things As They Come. Coyne’s inherent positivity, combined with catchy-raspy melodies, brilliant harmonies, accentuated by a dab of harmonica and banjo coalesce to make this first Rusty Nickel deposit a fine addition to Coyne’s already bursting catalog.” -Tyler Mass // Milwaukee Magazine “If patrons of the Milwaukee music scene had to elect a lone person as its mascot, Myles Coyne would probably make the short list of strongest candidates” -Piet Levy // Journal Sentential “Myles Coyne and the Rusty Nickel Band stopped by for a rousing good time. Yes, rousing. I have fun with pretty much every band that comes in, but I had an exceptional time hosting these very talented (and quite funny) musicians. When the wheels come off because of the laughter and sillyness, it's a good thing. The songs, however, did not. Just gorgeous” -Stephan Kallo // 88.9 Radio Milwaukee "Animated, earthy and poetical, this album is loaded with sublime instrumental hooks and some complex melodies, but still feels decidedly conversational, like Myles himself; a tireless, largely self-taught fellow. This is a very impressive effort from one of the best bands in the Milwaukee area. Easily as good as anything Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and The Head and The Heart are doing." -Anthony Mark Happe // Impose “A graduate of the Isaac Brock/Conor Oberst school of vocal instability, singer-songwriter Myles Coyne has gigged relentlessly around Riverwest over the last couple years, since finding a choice outlet for his nervous energy with in his backing Rusty Nickel Band. It's fitting, then, that the group's inaugural full-length, the Shane Hochstetler-tracked Take Things As They Come, is paced like a live show, ping-ponging from lovely, finger-picked poetry to shambolic folk-rock combustions. It's a raw, giddy record, relentlessly eager to please, and a testament to Coyne's irrepressible showmanship.” -Evan Rytlewski // Shepherd Express As sweet and wistful as Take Things can be, it’s rough around all its edges—the point being, perhaps, that a rusty nickel has just as much value as a polished one, and recording engineer Shane Hochstetler has done a great job of capturing the goofy, youthful exuberance of a Myles Coyne live performance. In a scene dominated by pensive, even morose lyrics and music, this scrappy little record could be a real shot in the arm. -Cal Roch // Av Club Milwaukee “ [Take Things As They Come] find Myles and the band at their finest. Ranging from gentle contemplative songs to driving folk tunes that build and build, every track is an instant hit. With help from vocalist Caley Conway, tracks like “About” are a stunning example of what this band is capable of, while the unapologetic and crass lyrics of “Don’t Tell Me” show they have a sense of humor when it comes to their music. This is a fun record by a bunch of fun people” -Dan Davis // The Vinyl Distract “Having followed Myles Coyne and the Rusty Nickels for a few years now, it’s just awesome to finally hear them release a full-length album. I’m not sure how to summarize the album in its entirety other than to say that it just sounds right, like the perfect culmination of years of jamming, gigging, and dreams. It makes me happy to hear this lighthearted album from a bunch of musicians with a lot of ambition coupled with a lot of talent. Take Things As They Come is eager to please – and it does.” -Alyssa Lee // Midwest Action "His style sits between tried-and-true musical traditions and varied experimentation, eased along with poppy sensibilities." -Matt Rich // Playground Misnomer "Given that Myles Coyne splits his time between several local bands, including bustling indie-rockers Animals in Human Attire and the unrelenting post-hardcore outfit Temple (who released their own ferocious album this year, The Conscience of the King), it’s not too surprising that Coyne’s namesake band is a musically polyamorous affair. Coyne’s Rusty Nickel Band is a folk ensemble first and foremost, but they find a lot wiggle room in that loose classification, skipping from rustic, fingerpicked musings in the Bob Dylan mold to shambolic, Titus Andronicus-esque punk-rock combustions." -Shepherd Express // Essential Milwaukee Albums 2013 "This band really sucks." Nathan Toth // Friend "Forever trusting Mario into a hellish nightmare of eternal death, rebirth, and incremental progression."
Show More
Genres:
Alternative, Rock, Alternative Rock
Band Members:
Alex Klosterman - Lead Guitar, Chuck Zonk - Bass, Myles Coyne - Guitar, Steve Vorass Jr. - Drums
Hometown:
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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