The New York based powerhouse rockers in Midnight Mob have staked their claim in their melting pot of rock n roll.  Raspy-voiced chanteuse Blackey Deathproof, guitarist Mickey Squeeze, bassist Carly Quinn, and drummer Beatz flawlessly blend classic rock influences with modern day inspirations to create something beautifully restless.

The band has evolved tremendously since forming in 2009, but the focus has never shifted: Midnight Mob is destined to bridge the gap between genres and create something without fear of limitation. As Mickey says, “We play what we dig and people seem to dig what we play. We get the punk crowd, the metal crowd, the classic rock crowd - even people who aren’t really into hard rock relate to us on some level.” Having already impressed the likes of Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan with their live performance at the CBGB Music Festival opening for Janes Addiction in Times Square (NYC), Midnight Mob is set to turn heads one stage at a time.

To date, the Mob has released three EPs - 2016's Honest Brutal Glorious, 2013’s Black Moon Rising, 2011’s self-titled debut - in addition to 2014’s full-length album These Days (UK release). The band’s uniquely vivacious sound has garnered a wide variety of placements including WWE Smackdown, MLB, PGA, Nascar, Food Network, Shameless, Suicide Squad and many others as well as a legion of incredibly loyal fans.

The new EP, Honest Brutal Glorious, ignited their fan base and the music industry. In the Summer of 2016 Midnight Mob exploded all over the US playing main stage at some of the most high profile festivals such as Summerfest (WI), Sturgis Buffalo Chip (SD), Rock N Derby (NY), Fashion Meets Music Festival (OH) and Great South Bay Music Festival (NY).  During this festival run Midnight Mob opened for Shinedown, 3 Doors Down, Kid Rock, Skillet, Sevendust, Coheed & Cambria, Ghost, Trivium, Third Eye Blind and Passion Pit.

Unfortunately in 2017 Blackey's vocal health needed tending too, which hindered tour dates, such as a canceling their show at Rocklahoma Festival.  Midnight Mob is currently on an indefinite hiatus until Blackey gets better.  In the meantime, Carly & Squeeze have put efforts into a side band called Misfit Saints, which will be debuting an EP December 2018.

Metallica “Hardwired…to Self-Destruct” Review

The Specs: 12 Tracks 1 hr & 17 min Double CD & on Spotify Standout Tracks: Hardwired, Moth Into Flame, Atlas Rise!, Here Comes Revenge, Spit Out the Bone Coolest Riff: Main Riff on Confusion On 11/18/16 Metallica released the much anticipated new album “Hardwired…to Self-Destruct”. It’s the first album since 2008’s also much anticipated …

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The Perfect Squeeze Music Reviews

This past weekend I decided to enter the music review arena. The new Metallica album gave me a kick in the pants to do this. I heard a snippet of one of the singles a little while ago and thought this actually sounds really good. Fast forward to now, the album is out and everyone …

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November 2016 Newsletter

Custom Shop Coming Soon

This going to be really cool! If you are familiar with our pledge music campaign then you have an idea of how this will look. In our pledge music campaign we made custom Midnight Mob fabric and with that fabric Squeeze’s wife handmade one of a kind mob purses, totes and messenger bags. They went …

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New Show: 4/6/17 Webster Hall Studio

We have not officially thrown this show on our calendar yet but it is confirmed. We will be rocking Webster Hall Studio on Thursday 4/6/17 alongside long time favorite Saigon Kick. Being huge fans of Saigon Kick we were honored when they asked us to open up for them. They play very limited amount of …

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Cover Song Update

Recently we through it out there that we will be doing a cover and video for the song Cheap Thrills by Sia. We’ve talked it over and switched gears. We felt we do a much better version of a Lady Gaga song. Cheap Thrills wasn’t geeling right in rehearsal, we really couldn’t get enough mobby …

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