Pants Pants Pants
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Pants Pants Pants

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"Pop Songs to Make Us Famous" - Full Length Album Jun 2005)
"Rocket Ship" - EP (Mar 2004)
"Resting On Our Laurels" - EP (Oct 2002)
"Meat Salad" - EP (Jan 2002)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Laptop-Indie Rock pioneers Pants Pants Pants began in a secluded Virginia farmhouse at the turn of the century. It was there that the group's founding members, Sysop and MC Muffin resolved to combine their love of enchanting electronica with the energy and intricacy of indie rock. Amidst this lush pastoral setting, Pants Pants Pants developed a sound that fluctuates effortlessly from moments of inescapable beauty, to ellated abusurdity, to profound enormity within a single song. Or as one reviewer describes, "they are not unlike two charmingly reckless millionaire's sons whose inherited gifts allow them to gallavant carelessly around the musical landscape, from hip hop to electropop to post punk noise rock."

In addition to their three self-produced EPs, and two self-produced videos, Pants Pants Pants also developed a completely orginal stage show and toured the country with it. They finally settled down in the San Francisco Bay area where they stumbled upon a marvelous new member, Lauren Lauren. Giving up certain stardom on the a capella circuit, this professionally trained vocalist came aboard to provide the duo their much needed legitimacy.

Pants Pants Pants' stage show is a theatrical cry for attention, as varied as their musical offerings. Their unendng list of exploits include a man-sized otter reciting spoken word, vocal parts cell phoned in from a singer in the audience, and a live performance of a cover version of the VIDEO for "Mmmm mmmm mmmm mmmm" by Canada's beloved Crash Test Dummies.

Pants Pants Pants is the band of the future. Or as one reviewer describes "they're sorta' th' next-gen of DJ's, prob'ly doin' most manips on th' 'chine [ie. manipulations on the machines], then mixing together the results." Or to quote another "Their instrumental choices, which involve as much crap (kids' toys, cell phones, you get the point) as legitimate instruments, might take a cue from Self's found-sound tomfollery, and once you throw in the laptop-launched lunacy of Cex, you've got yourself a band. . .a band that throws their own milk-and-cookies intermission party and that lifts samples from Amadeus."