This is Michael Sutton, publicist for the New York-based artist DOTMIG is a thrillingly eclectic artist who is able to effortlessly leap from classic rock to punk to blues to Americana to dance. There are no boundaries to the man's creativity, his varied material tied together mainly by his knack for toe-tapping pop hooks and upbeat, sometimes humorous vibes. His tunes are definitely rooted in New York culture, in terms of its unpretentious attitude and lyrical references such as "333 River Street."
DOTMIG recently released the album Sexy-N-Lean, which has received rave reviews from online music critics thus far. Adam Harrington in Whisperin & Hollerin compared one of DOTMIG's tunes to the Ramones and praised him for his "nuttiness and fun...It's like he threw various musical styles into a blender and told us to drink up, no questions asked." Kit Burns in Overground Underground said that DOTMIG is the "most invigorating alternative to these gloomy times...delivers a funny, toe-tapping romp with speaker-blowing guitars and positively good times."
Even more impressive is how DOTMIG is conquering the world of Internet radio as several tracks landed on the RadioWave charts with major-label acts for online radio airplay, quite an accomplishment for an unsigned act. DOTMIG is currently being promoted to FM radio stations nationally, and the Carson Daly program asked for a press kit, which was sent to them and is being seriously considered