We start recording our new album "Whirlwind Weekend" Nov 9th!
Wild Rain (video preview - demo version)
Vv Fake video
Two years after the release of TS!TT acclaimed debut, the Italian noise-pop explorers are back with "Whispers". Recently featured as a band to watch in Spin Magazine, Italy's secret weapon bring forth a sound that's tempting and melodic, yet sharp and desperate. Every song is played with the greatest urgency: "Whispers EP" is catchy, but in a subtle way that keeps you engaged. However, it is the antithesis to a whisper, it is a noisy lo-fi sound with punk and new waves influences. This EP shows that TS!TT aren't afraid to grow as a band, and we still can't wait for their follow-up to "be yr own sh*t".
EP DIGITAL COPY:
Ep and 7'' available at Insound.com (USA), Rough Trade (UK) and Disk Union (Japan)
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Diego Masciotti - Guitar &Vocals
Nicola Vedovati - Drums
Giovanna Vedovati - Bass
Tiger! Shit! Tiger! Tiger! - "Be Yr Own Shit" (2008; To Lose La Track Records / Audioglobe).
AAVV - "Supersampler" - (2009; To Lose La Track / Audioglobe)
"Whispers" (Disk Union / To Lose La Track / Rough Trade / Insound.com 2010)
"Whispers 7'' (To Lose La Track / Rough Trade 2011)
"Trouble" (cassette tape 2011)
"Whirlwind Weekend" LP/ CD 2013
NOISE - BUZZCATCHER - Under The Radar and Blasting from our Offices
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The way siblings Nicola (drums) and Giovanna Vedovati (bass) attack their instruments like they're a...The way siblings Nicola (drums) and Giovanna Vedovati (bass) attack their instruments like they're about to be taken away - and how singer-guitarist Diego Masciotti snarls his punky melodies - is almost enough to make us forgive Italy for Roberto Benigni. Almost.
LATEST: Be Yr Own Shit (To Lose La Track)
FOR FANS OF: Jay Reatard, Art Brut
CMJ MUSIC MARATHON 2008
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If nothing Tiger! Shit! Tiger! Tiger! would just be a memorable name. Luckily, they also play some s...If nothing Tiger! Shit! Tiger! Tiger! would just be a memorable name. Luckily, they also play some solid hardcore indie dance music—you know, the type that makes you want to dance and commit arson at the same time. Lit Lounge (93 2nd Ave @ E. 5th St.), Wednesday, 7:45.
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From Italy, come Tiger! Shit! Tiger! Tiger! - a frantic upbeat trio of indie kids with a predispos...
From Italy, come Tiger! Shit! Tiger! Tiger! - a frantic upbeat trio of indie kids with a predisposition for hip track jackets and good music.
Their new album, Be Your Own Shit just came out and I really enjoy it. It’s eight tracks of punk-funk and the singer sounds like the dude from the Rapture. Great first release from Tiger! Shit! Tiger! Tiger! Take a listen and support Italian punks while their country fights political crisis
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The curiously named Tiger! Shit! Tiger! Tiger! hail from central Italy, where vocalist/guitarist Die...The curiously named Tiger! Shit! Tiger! Tiger! hail from central Italy, where vocalist/guitarist Diego Maciotti, bassist Giovanna Vedovati, and her drumming brother Nicola began sculpting their angular blend of new wave and post-punk influences in 2006. Also going by their adopted names of Tiger D, Tiger G and Tiger N, the trio were soon busy performing up and down the Italian boot while working on demos for eventual first album, Be Yr Own Shit, which was released in 2008 by independent To Lose La Track Records. Although limited by spotty distribution, the disc garnered largely positive reviews from those who heard it, dredging up comparisons ranging from the Cure and Gang of Four, to the Rapture and Franz Ferdinand, by way of the Kill Rock Stars roster, in between.
Be Yr Own Shit review
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Hands down for the best name for a band: Tiger! Shit! Tiger! Tiger! This 8-track EP comes from a Ne...Hands down for the best name for a band: Tiger! Shit! Tiger! Tiger!
This 8-track EP comes from a New York trio. It has a very garagey/DIY punk feel to it. What comes across is that they are fun, fun, fun!
You shouldn't take them too seriously - I mean, just look at their name! Spin magazine agrees with me, they recently put a blurb about them in their September issue.
Like typical punk music, these eight songs are all very short, practically all under three minutes each. The most interesting song on the EP is "Insert Disco Beat Here", which seems to have some sort of synth or keys in there. I reckon the best song is the introduction song: "Crime Wave". This is a high-energy song, complete with Superchunk-ish singing.
If you enjoy brand new raw/unpolished punk, you should check these guys out. They are going to be playing with the legendary The Slits on October 22nd!
King of Light
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