Posted: June 16, 2018 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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“Twinkle” is a pretty uncool name for an indie-rock subgenre, even if it has a certain onomatopoeic honesty: There is perhaps no better word to describe the sound of such guitars. Tiny Moving Parts do this stuff better than anybody else right now, and when they’re tapping the fretboards and jumping between time signatures, these songs are absolutely sparkling. Of course, like fellow Minnesotans the Replacements, Tiny Moving Parts are way above the scene to which they’ve been tied, and also like the ‘Mats, they could just as easily be described as “punk” or “alternative” or just “rock” and the songs would kick ass just as hard. Tiny Moving Parts use their tools in the service of huge-chorus, heart-on-sleeve anthems that would shine in any era. Swell doesn’t just twinkle; this thing is made of future stars. Very rarely does one come across an album in which every single song is thoroughly enjoyable; This is one of those albums.


Released January 26th, 2018

Tiny Moving Parts:
Dylan Mattheisen – vocal/guitar
Matthew Chevalier – bass/vocals
William Chevalier – drums

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