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"The Boston group BEDTIMEMAGIC performs an often emotionally-centered brand of noise rock — they’ve got grizzly textures and energetic performances running through their music, while there’s a striking emotion-laden punch from the frequently catchy, sometimes desperate-sounding melodies and the harried and sometimes caustic vocals. “Noise rock” can definitely be a catch-all-leaning term, but the band have clearly got the musical chops to make up for the potential ambiguity — through the energetic haze of their tunes, they’ve established some pretty hook-laden footholds to hang onto. The guitars, bass, and drums all roar like the band have captured the sounds of a beast trying to break free from its chains, and with the in-your-face punch that their music packs, listeners feel like they’re suddenly seeing from the beast’s perspective. The band’s music feels perfectly ragged." - Captured Howls

"BEDTIMEMAGIC really doubled down on the misnomers with debut studio LP Pillow Talk. Perhaps the only hint that their music doesn’t have much in common with love-making is the fact that their moniker is in all caps. It’s hard to imagine someone getting down and dirty to the anxiety-provoking noise rock on the ten-song album. […] BEDTIMEMAGIC shout and strum akin to the best of Amp Rep and Sub Pop." - Decibel Magazine

"Like a mix of Unsane and old school Amphetamine Reptile artists with a smidge of Converge thrown in for good measure, Pillow Talk is a cohesive, albeit cacophonous, heaping of modern loud that you need to have in your life. The duo of Morgan Berns and Nicholas Pentabona have pared down years of releases and songs to ten piledriving tracks that punctuate the BEDTIMEMAGIC sound perfectly." - Rock and Roll Fables

"Boston’s BEDTIMEMAGIC are a sludgy post-hardcore two-piece with Nicholas Pentabona on bass and vocals, and Morgan Berns on drums, vocals, and pedal organ, though you might not realize it’s only two people from listening to them. Nicholas makes his distorted bass sound like a bass and a guitar all at once, and the two of them have a sound that’s louder than some five-piece bands." - BrooklynVegan