Three Trapped Tigers

Monday, 29 June 2009, 23:06 | Category : Good new stuff
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So you’re the keyboard player for Emmy the Great. Of course, this isn’t your full-time occupation, so how do you spend your time away from knocking out sweet folk-pop melodies? How about creating spiky instrumental math rock which pitches your band as the British Battles? This might not seem like the most obvoious direction, but for Tom Rogerson, it’s clearly the way to go for his band Three Trapped Tigers. He may not like the term math rock, but he should of thought about that when calling all his songs numbers. Still, we should be glad that he’s doing this, as we should be that the Too Pure Singles Club, currently in a spate of particularly rude health, has released a couple of his numerical gems.

mp3: Three Trapped Tigers - 1

7 b/w 1 is out on 7 July on Too Pure Singles Club. Pre-order from Rough Trade or subscribe.

2 Comments for “Three Trapped Tigers”

  1. 1Tom D

    True Fact: when Tom Robinson plays piano he gives the best impersonation of a hummingbird that I have ever seen.

  2. 2The Daily Growl

    Presumably you mean Tom Rogerson, and not the hummingbird version of Glad to be Gay…

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