Melodic yet powerful at the same time. The second full-length release from M.I.J. fails to serve a frail moment of weak, generic pop. A harmonious, gentle charm remains throughout Radio Goodnight as the soft-spoken vocals layer throughout an uptempo beat of happy but mature emo. A lot of this sound has been spawned since the 1995 release of the Promise Ring's 30 Degrees Everywhere, but M.I.J. manage to shake off the generic labeling with their own punch of sharp emo pop.
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AllMusic Review by Mike DaRonco