Posts Tagged ‘TT’

May 25, 2018

Perhaps you somehow missed the news and buzz surrounding this welcome development, but in case you didn’t know, Theresa Wayman of Los Angeles art rock band Warpaint has been releasing some fabulous new music as solo project TT. In fact, she just released her debut album LoveLaws last Friday, and it’s high time we pay homage by sharing its latest single, a murky, muddy trip hop and art pop song named The Dream. It’s a heady Björk meets


treat that I’m very much looking forward to sinking into live when TT headlines Popscene in San Francisco on July 6th (with our French-American favorites Freedom Fry supporting, too). For more tour dates and links to TT’s debut album, head over to her site, here.

March 11, 2016

Danish production act Kenton Slash Demon continues to blow my mind with their uniquely skittering electronica on a follow up to 2015′s phenomenal Harpe/Syko EP on Future Classic. TT is one track off the new two track TT/Dok release, available both digitally and on limited edition 12″ vinyl. Kenton Slash Demon turns in a soulful display of deep sonic texture on the hypnotic yet electrifying track. TT is agitated, but in a sublime and transcendental fashion. Purchase TT/Dok from various outlets, here.

June 18, 2014

Earlier today, I stumbled upon an electropop act that some of you likely dig already. Though based in New York, Tying Tiffany was originally from Italy. Her style of dark synthpop seems to bespeak that, since there’s a very italo disco/Johnny Jewel vibe going on with some of her tunes, as can be heard in A Lone Boy. The ominous edge on the tune also begs comparison to Toronto’s Crystal Castles, though far less grating and angry. Throw in a dash of Sweden’s The Sounds, and we have a catchy, dreamy treat in A Lone Boy. The track is off their fifth studio album Drop, out earlier this year. Spin Around is another tune off the album, and this one’s more droopy and somber, as if more Trust than Crystal Castles (remember, both those acts are from Toronto and share some dark synth vibes). It’s never too late to discover acts, right? Right.