She’s About To Cross My Mind Reviews

Review on Mish Mash Music Reviews

Posted on Apr 2, 2007 | 0 comments

Here’s a refreshing little album, just in time to brighten up your spring listening. The duo of Seth Swirsky and Mike Ruekberg has done their homework, and their main area of study has been the British Invasion 101. They pass with honors, laying down track after track of original, well-crafted, catchy 60’s-styled pop that will have you humming along at first listen.

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“Gonna Make You Mine” is Featured on Eartaste.com

Posted on Mar 27, 2007 | 0 comments

Drumstick opening in honor of Micky and his cohorts Davy, Peter & Mike. “You came my way like a misplaced ray of sunshine.” Yep, I love it.

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Review in The Poor Ditching Boy

Posted on Mar 23, 2007 | 0 comments

The Red Button, and their debut album, She’s About To Cross My Mind, are all about concise, melodic pop songs in the 60s tradition.

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Review in The Celebrity Cafe

Posted on Mar 20, 2007 | 0 comments

She’s About To Cross My Mind, from Red Button, is a soothing look back at a much loved decade of music. It might remind those who lived during that time about the sentiments they felt, and Red Button is trying to bring those carefree feelings into this time, and they do it with utter class and diligence.

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Review in Collected Sounds

Posted on Mar 20, 2007 | 0 comments

Well, it’s about time! A record that is exactly what I expect (or hope) it will be after having seen the artwork. When I saw the cover art the first thing I thought of is Mary Tyler Moore. 60s fun. And that’s just what I got.

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Review in Babysue

Posted on Mar 12, 2007 | 0 comments

Of course songs are everything…and songs are what make this album such a guilty pleasure. Supremely hummable, upbeat, and happy…we can’t help but be knocked out by tracks like “Cruel Girl,” “Floating By,” “She’s Going Down” (our favorite), “Gonna Make You Mine,” and “It’s No Secret.” Very impressive stuff. (Rating: 5+)

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Review in Silverfish Magazine

Posted on Feb 28, 2007 | 0 comments

Suffice it to say that this album is extremely pleasant to listen to and these tuneful fellows will surely be providing mood music for many a happy make-out session for years to come.

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Review in EarTaste

Posted on Feb 21, 2007 | 0 comments

She’s about to cross my mind again – this happens to me all day long. I think I’ve got her off my mind, and then – the memories go on and on.” Quiet, peaceful, not quite mournful way to start humpday. Fun dance, but I’m not going to break a sweat with this pleasant groove.

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Review on 3hive.com

Posted on Feb 18, 2007 | 0 comments

The Red Button’s retrospective melodies have me reminiscing like that today, the day after 3hive quietly celebrated our third year of existence. We hope to instigate more intensive festivities in the near future once our lives, mine in particular, settle down a bit. The proverbial dance card’s been booked lately.

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Interview on Exclusive Magazine

Posted on Feb 12, 2007 | 0 comments

A first-time listener could be forgiven for thinking they had just stumbled onto the second wave of the British Invasion. But never fear—their music may suggest vintage Hollies, Peter and Gordon, and even the Beatles themselves, but The Red Button is home-grown and their songs are brand new.

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Review in Absolute Powerpop

Posted on Jan 23, 2007 | 0 comments

The hype machine is cranking up for this one, and with good reason: from a quick listen, it sounds like Merseybeat perfection. So get on over and listen, and although the order page link didn’t work, I have a feeling it’ll be operational tonight when Not Lame unveils its new releases for the week.

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Review on Powerpopaholic

Posted on Jan 21, 2007 | 0 comments

Apparently this is the year of the super artist team-up. Seth Swirsky, who released the awesome “Instant Pleasure” and Mike Ruekberg from Rex Daisy have combined to form The Red Button – and I have a new album for my top 10 of 2007.

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