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Mustard Service: Miami's Indie Rockers Unveil Their Album Variety Pack

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The Indie rockers from Miami, Mustard Service, have released their album Variety Pack that we have all been waiting for. Three years of painstaking effort to showcase the band’s remarkable growth. We were blown away by their sound and the brilliance that went into this album. From the psychedelic arrangements in “VCM” to the coastal influences in Alolé,”

“This album is a collection of what we believe to be vastly different genres of music written over the span of the last 3 years, hence the name ‘Variety Pack.’ It also showcases songwriting by members of the band other than Marco, who before this album was the sole songwriter for the band (with an exception ‘Drugs and Alcohol’ off the EP ‘Fiddle Lake.’ ‘Alole,’ ‘Song for Marco,’ and ‘All or Nothing’ were composed mainly if not entirely by Gabriel Marinuchi (Nuchi) and LArkin's PArkin' was composed by Leo Cattani with only the lyrics written by Marco. As the band has progressed, each album has been more collaborative than the last and the guys seem to keep moving in a more collaborative direction every year, thus turning in a piece of work with such a ‘Variety Pack’ of sounds.” - Mustard Service

The exciting journey started with a determined college dropout who had recently returned from an adventurous year in Germany. In the serene ambiance of his Floridian backyard, he penned the captivating opening line "I'm going down" for a soon-to-be viral sensation titled "Taking up Space”.

Sons of Latino immigrants, the five-piece kick-started in 2015 and is held down by Marco Rivero (lead vocals, guitar), Gabriel “Nuchi” Marinuchi (guitar), Augusto “Tuto” Di Catarina (bass, vocals), Leo “Big Guy” Cattani (keys), and Adam Rhodes (drums). Self-identified as “zest pop,” the band’s eclectic mix of indie rock, surf, funk, jazz and bossa nova has made them the perfect representation of Miami alternative.

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