The feature talks about the seven-piece cover band's struggle for the last several years to land a big gig, and how they finally ended up PAX, playing a show for over 5,000 people.
The article also covers the band's beginnings, upcoming gigs, and plans to release future albums.
Read the full article "Making music out of Super Mario Bros" at MSNBC.
[FD: Okay, you got me. I'm one of the OneUps. But, I'm a blogger, and there are no rules for bloggers! Forgive me, Dtoid readers -- I'm totally shameless! Destructoid's very own Nex already did a wonderful (and flattering) write-up of our band's performance, but I won't lie -- it's great to see the mainstream media cover my band.]
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