Broadside has announced that they will be heading on tour alongside Real Friends, Have Mercy, Tiny Moving Parts and Nothing, Nowhere. Broadside is currently recording a follow-up to their debut release, Old Bones, with Los Angeles Producer Kyle Black.
Full tour dates are below.
Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts has premiered a new music video. The video features the song “Common Cold” from their new LP, Celebrate, which dropped last May via Triple Crown Records.
Watch the video below.
Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts have announced a slew of new headlining tour dates today, alongside their previously announced Fall tour with Touche Amore and Culture Abuse. The new dates include support from Microwave, Movements, My Iron Lung, and A Will Away. Their tight, mathy post hardcore pop punk combination shows their skills in spades, their live show is frenetic, their musical prowess is impressive and the complexity of their songs makes it difficult to believe there are only three of them onstage.
Tour dates can be viewed below and tickets will be on sale on September 23 at 12pm local time here Read More…
A Will Away
, Culture Abuse
, Math Rock
, My Iron Lung
, Tiny Moving Parts
, Touche Amore
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Tiny Moving Parts are a Minnesota trio comprised of the Chevalier brothers, William and Matthew, and their cousin, Dylan Mathieson, so this is very much a family affair. They play music that goes by a ridiculous amount of genre names, I’ll just call it post hardcore or we’ll be here all day. This is their third album and it’s due to drop on the 20th May on Triple Crown Records.
Celebrate is ten tracks of intricate, some might say overly intricate, songs and by the time I’m half way through the album I feel like I’m starting to get deja vu. The constant ringing guitar notes, the stop start rhythms and intricate drum fills which fill all of the songs start to get a bit repetitive after a while. It quickly blurs from ten individual tracks into one long technical exercise that’s giving me a headache. As technically proficient as they clearly are, the level of skill required to play these songs is admirable, they should remember that just because you can do something complicated it doesn’t necessarily mean that you should do it all the time.
The blend of intricate post hardcore combined with a few poppier elements leaves me feeling that they sound like an overcomplicated version of Blink-182, possibly in a bizarre alternate universe where Mark Hoppus has stopped telling dick jokes. I can’t help thinking that Tiny Moving Parts would benefit from remembering that sometimes less is more
Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts has premiered a full stream of their new LP, Celebrate, which is due out May 20, 2016 via Triple Crown Records.
Listen to the full disc here courtesy Noisey.
Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts has premiered a new song from their upcoming new LP. The song is titled “Common Cold”and is lifted from, Celebrate, which is due out May 20, 2016 via Triple Crown Records.
Listen to the song below.
Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts has premiered a new music video from their upcoming new LP. The video features the song “Headache”and is lifted from, Celebrate, which is due out May 20, 2016 via Triple Crown Records.
Watch the video below.
Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts has announced that they will be releasing a brand new LP on Triple Crown Records. The disc will be titled Celebrate, and is due out May 20, 2016. Coinciding with the announcement, the band is streaming the brand new track from the album, “Happy Birthday.”
Listen to the song below along with track listing. Pre-orders are live.
Philadelphia’s Modern Baseball have announced a winter headline tour alongside Pup, Jeff Rosenstock and Tiny Moving Parts. The band are still out in support of their 2014 sophomore full length You’re Gonna Miss It All, released via Run For Cover Records.
Check out the full list of dates below.
Hailing from Benson, Minn., emo-influenced trio Tiny Moving Parts debuted a music video for a track off their latest album and announced a string of summer tour dates.
Sundress is the first track on the band’s 2014 release titled Pleasant Living via Triple Crown Records. Watch the video for the track here.
Tiny Moving Parts recently completed a European tour supporting Into It Over It and Modern Baseball, and will venture out on a North American tour alongside State Champs in July. The band will also be making a stop at The Fest. Check out the dates below.
Pop-punk act State Champs has announced details for their “Shot Boys Of Summer” headlining tour. The band will hit the road from July 16th through August 2nd along with Hit the Lights, Tiny Moving Parts, Let It Happen, and Northbound.
Full tour dates are below.
Tiny Moving Parts has announced that they will be reissuing their two latest albums on limited edition cassette tape through the good folks at Skeletal Lightning. Pleasant Living is out now on CD/LP/MP3 via Triple Crown Records and This Couch Is Long & Full Of Friendship is available now on LP/MP3 via Kind Of Like Records.
Pressing details are below. Pre-orders are available.
Minnesota math rock/emo band Tiny Moving Parts have posted a new video online featuring their track Entrances and Exits. The song is taken from their sophomore full length, Pleasant Living, released back in September via Triple Crown Records. The video itself features some phenomenal imagery of the band in space..albeit in bobble head doll form! The band fashioned a GoPro camera and GPS in a styrofoam cooler surrounded by heat packs and sent the replicas of themselves 80,000 feet into the sky on a 600g weather balloon. Vocalist/Guitarist Dylan Matthiesen said this about the experience:
“About 2 hours into its journey, the GPS stopped sending us signals…we drove all over the farmlands of Minnesota with the slim hopes of it turning up somewhere. Eventually, we gave up and lost hope. It wasn’t until October 10th, almost 2 months later, that we received a call from a farmer, our new friend Kurt, almost 50 miles away who found the pack while combing through his bean farm.”
Check out the quite spectacular video for Entrances and Exits and the band’s upcoming tour dates below.
Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts has premiered a new music video. the video features the track “Always Focused” from their freshly released sophomore effort, Pleasant Living, available this week via Triple Crown Records. The album was recorded by J. Robbins at his Magpie Cage Studios in Baltimore, Pleasant Living.
Watch the video below.
Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts has premiered a new song. The track is titled “Boxcar” and will be on their sophomore record, Pleasant Living, due out on September 9, 2014 via Triple Crown Records. The album was recorded by J. Robbins at his Magpie Cage Studios in Baltimore, Pleasant Living.
Listen to the track here courtesy Noisey.
The upcoming disc will follow their debut album, This Couch Is Long and Full of Friendship, which was released in 2013 via Kind of Like Records and Black Numbers.
The Menzingers have announced that they will be heading on tour with La Dispute and Tiny Moving Parts. The band continues to support their latest album, Rented World, released back in April on Epitaph Records.
Full tour dates can be found below.
Ann Arbor, Mich., indie duo Dads announced a headlining North American tour this fall with Tiny Moving Parts, Nai Harvest and Choir Vandals. The tour will run for a little over two months and a few shows will also feature I Am the Avalanche. View the dates below.
Dads are also preparing to release their sophomore full-length I’ll Be the Tornado in October via 6131 Records. Read more here.
Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts has announced details for their next full length. The band will be releasing their sophomore record, Pleasant Living, on September 9, 2014 on Triple Crown Records. The album was recorded by J. Robbins at his Magpie Cage Studios in Baltimore, Pleasant Living.
The upcoming disc will follow their debut album, This Couch Is Long and Full of Friendship, which was released in 2013 via Kind of Like Records and Black Numbers. The band will tour North America this fall, including appearances at Riot Fest Chicago, Riot Fest Denver and The Fest 13 (all current tour dates below).
Philadelphia’s Modern Baseball will be heading out on a U.S. tour starting June 1, 2014 with The Hotelier, Tiny Moving Parts and Sorority Noise. The dates are below.
Modern Baseball just concluded a six-week tour with The Wonder Years in support of their sophomore full-length album You’re Gonna Miss It All, which came out in February via Run For Cover Records. Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts recently signed to Triple Crown Records, Massachusetts’ The Hotelier released their second full-length in February titled Home, Like Noplace Is There, and Connecticut’s Sorority Noise released two 7-inch’s since their formation in 2013.
Modern Baseball, Tiny Moving Parts, The Hotelier and Sorority Noise have announced that they will be heading out for a US tour this June that will see them start in Philadelphia, play through the East Coast and Midwest and conclude in Baltimore.
Full tour listings are below.
Tiny Moving Parts has joined the Triple Crown Records family. The band plans to release their sophomore full length through the label later this year. The record was recently recorded with J. Robbins at his Magpie Cage Studios in Baltimore, MD and has yet to be titled.
The band has plans to tour extensively this April and May. Full tour dates are below.
Minnesota Emo band Tiny Moving Parts are streaming 2 new songs thanks to Absolute Punk. Old Maid and Coffee With Tom were recorded over a year ago and are now finally receiving a full release as a 7″ via Skeletal Lightning Records on Oct 29th.
You can listen to remastered versions of both songs here, and check out the bands upcoming tour dates below:
Tiny Moving Parts, a three piece based out of Minnesota, have released a video for their song “Vacation Bible School” off of their debut full length This Couch Is Long And Full Of Friendship. In addition to the video, pre-order information for the debut album and tour dates have been released. The full length is currently available on iTunes and can be pre-ordered on vinyl through Kind Of Like Records and on CD through Black Numbers.
The video and tour dates can be see below.