Miniature Tigers on The Interface

Phoenix’s own Miniature Tigers stopped by AOL’s The Interface for a session as they continue their seemingly non-stop tour in support of the debut LP Tell It to the Volcano. I posted two of the four songs below (Cannibal Queen and The Wolf). Get the other two and an interview here. You can also get […]

Miniature Tigers on The Train Tracks (photos)

With the unveiling of the Metro Light Rail in December 2008, the greater Phoenix area finally has a decent mass-transit system on which to host busker-esque performances by local musicians. (Sorry, buses just won’t do.) Like the Black Cab Sessions, the folks behind the The Train Tracks capitalized on the novelty of public transportation in […]

Stream new Miniature Tigers demo

Phoenix’s Miniature Tigers, who played our Oct. 13 show with Birdmonster, are streaming a new demo on MySpace called Japanese Woman Living in My Closet. The song, even in its infant stages, sounds like a logical extension of the group’s catchy-as-hell 2008 album Tell it to the Volcano. Highly recommended. [STREAM]: Miniature Tigers | Japanese […]

Favorite song of 2010

Better late than never … albums to follow soon. I had a feeling about England in May, and in the seven months since, nothing changed my mind. Before even trying to decipher the lyrics – which appears to many, including myself, to be mostly a futile task – the song’s triumphant swell of music had […]