Mickey – Rock’n Roll Dreamer

Mickey’s been making some noise around Chicago for several years, having released a couple of singles since their inception and playing the local circuit fairly regularly. Their sleazy brand of glam-meets-punk reeks of cheap beer and leather jackets, leaving a sweaty trail of chest hair in its wake. Yet, while their sound references flashy bands of yesteryear, Mickey mostly comes off as a working man’s band, hellbent on playing some good ole’ fashioned rock and roll. On their first full-length LP Rock’n Roll Dreamer, Mickey sounds as good as ever, utilizing a slick production that accentuates their pop sensibilities without sacrificing their bite. Hozac Records released Mickey’s debut Rock’n Roll Dreamer on June 14, 2011. Check out “For You” and “Baby, We’re Gold” below.


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