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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

NEWS:For October we have 13 shows - good that we are not superstitious

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Tiger MCs

Tiger MCs
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Tiger MCs a band from Norwich, UK. Although TMCs has been playing live since 2003 (as a solo act until mid-2007, now as a 4-piece), the first mini-album 'piston-pawed' was not released until late 2005 on the MQPROJECTS label. The follow up full-length record, titled 'We Go Out' was released in January 2007 on Manchester-based CHERRYADE MUSIC, home to THE BOBBY McGEES, STEVELESS and others.

'We Go Out' features contributions from Joe Bear (ALTO45), Mark Jennings (Master Solo), Naomi McGowan (LITTLE WHO), and Owen Turner and Andrew Rayner from MAGOO.

a 5-song EP called 'Luxury of Brakes' is slated for a May/June 2008 release on the FilthyLittleAngels NetLabel.

Influences are varied, but the ones that come through most are perhaps THE MOUNTAIN GOATS, NEUTRAL MILK HOTEL, M WARD and SEBADOH. Before Tiger MCs became his main project, JB was a member of Norwich-based mid-fi pioneers POSTALOWA, who split in early 2006 to concentrate on their respective solo 'careers'.

Tiger MCs is always looking for nice little labels to release songs, and for well-intentioned promoters to put on shows in interesting places.
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