SOUTH OF 5th
(2018)

Future/ Vintage endures as a four-course meal of sound. With equal bites of honesty, introspection and melodies meant solely to set a mood of laid-back enjoyment all tracks play off one another phenomenally.

 

¡Mayday! displays one astonishing balancing act after another with their eclectic new material. It all comes together to equate both a mammoth achievement and a certified masterpiece. Future/ Vintage is so superbly done on all fronts.

-SwurvRadio.com 

SEARCH PARTY
(2017)

n many ways, Search Party is standard product for Mayday, despite their having lost a few band members in the last few years (down to Wrekonize, Bernz and NonMS). It could also mean they’ve tried harder than usual, to get back that breadth of sound and style they had with more personnel. Basically, this particular search party has more or less found what they were looking for.

-Ok-Tho.com 

FUTURE VINTAGE
(2015)

Future/ Vintage endures as a four-course meal of sound. With equal bites of honesty, introspection and melodies meant solely to set a mood of laid-back enjoyment all tracks play off one another phenomenally.

 

¡Mayday! displays one astonishing balancing act after another with their eclectic new material. It all comes together to equate both a mammoth achievement and a certified masterpiece. Future/ Vintage is so superbly done on all fronts.

-SwurvRadio.com 

MURSDAY
(2014)

If you think the production and live instrumentation has personality, wait until you hear from Wrekonize, Bernbiz and MURS; their chemistry is palpable. The art of the shared verse is a rarity nowadays; I think it's because unless each emcee is perfectly in synch, the end result sounds choppy and incomplete, but that's a conversation for a different time. It's hard to believe this is their first joint album, because the way the three emcees rotate is a thing of beauty. Each has their own distinct style, yet they all sound like moving parts in a well-oiled machine. It's like when The Power Rangers would all come together to form an ass kicking robot; these guys are the rap Power Rangers. They take a classic hip-hop technique in the shared-verse style and with the powerful, original instrumentals, make it something brand new. They are a match made in heaven, and this goes beyond the technical aspects. 

-DJBooth.com 

BELIEVERS
(2013)

¡Mayday! truly is difficult to categorize. Are they Rock? Are they Rap? Are they Pop? Are they all in one? Similar questions linger throughout their latest Strange Music effort, Believers. Still, what is very clear is that the group is a cohesive unit with a following that has allowed them to maintain independence, gaining notable co-signs from the likes of Tech N9ne and Lil Wayne. Believers is both a nod to fans who have been down and a nudge at naysayers the group hopes to convert. And it works as a successful endeavor on both counts.

-HipHopDX.com

Thrift Store Halos 
(2012)

!Mayday! never meanders on their latest release, Take Me To Your Leader. They never waste space rambling ad nauseam about their grandiose talent or how they’re out of this world or on another planet or any of those other astronomically overused metaphors. They never toss trivialities seemingly just trying to rhyme; just trying to be cool. Quite the opposite, really. TMTYL was designed with more in mind than just crafting an entertaining collection of songs. It’s an album loaded with conviction. It’s an album that actually means something.

-HipHopDX.com

TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER
(2012)

!Mayday! never meanders on their latest release, Take Me To Your Leader. They never waste space rambling ad nauseam about their grandiose talent or how they’re out of this world or on another planet or any of those other astronomically overused metaphors. They never toss trivialities seemingly just trying to rhyme; just trying to be cool. Quite the opposite, really. TMTYL was designed with more in mind than just crafting an entertaining collection of songs. It’s an album loaded with conviction. It’s an album that actually means something.

-HipHopDX.com

Stuck On An Island
(2010)
Technology EP
(2009)
The Thinnest Line
(2009)

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, ¡Mayday! returns to take you down the double edged sword known as love & hate. I just gave it a good listen through and it's solid. Definitely something you should put in your collection. 

 

-2dopeboyz.com

¡MAYDAY!
(2006)

¡MAYDAY! have continuously released music throughout the years without hardly taking a break. They're constantly releasing music and also maintain a pretty steady tour scheduled. They're one of the most notable acts on Tech N9ne's Strange Music label which makes sense since they've clearly taken a page out of Tech's book considering their grind. Shortly after Valentine's Day, the group blessed fans with the sequel to their 2009 project, The Thinnest Line.

¡MAYDAY! is back with their new project The Thinnest Line Pt. 2.

The project serves as the sequel to their 2009 EP which they released on Valentine's of that year. The six track project features appearances from Savannah Cristina who appears on the intro track, "Close." Myagi also assists the Strange Music group on "Creature Of Comfort."

-HotNewHipHop.com 

The Thinnest Line Pt. II
(2019)