Tiny Masters of Today deal Skeletons

Brooklyn, NY teen punks, Tiny Masters of Today, will release their new album, Skeletons, via Mute on June 16th. They have finished up 11 new songs and will be debuting them live at SXSW in Austin, Texas. The core unit of siblings Ivan and Ada (ages 15 and 12 respectively) is joined by drummer Jackson Pollis. The SXSW show will be their first live performance following a six-month hiatus. Almost overnight, the band went from a few homemade recordings on a MySpace page to collaborating with Karen O and Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Kimya Dawson, Fred Schneider (B-52s) and Gibby Haynes (Butthole Surfers), being remixed by CSS and Liars, and touring the world. David Bowie even referred to their first homemade single as “Genius.” For Skeletons, the Tiny Masters produced and wrote the entire album themselves, with the tracks largely recorded at their home in Brooklyn, using the computer program Garageband. They brought the songs to Seaside Lounge studio with engineer Patrick McCarthy for additional recording and the final product was mixed by Matt Stein at U.W.M.S.C. in New York. The title track, “Skeletons,” will be released on 7” and download on April 14th.

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