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Tapes n' Tapes Biography

Tapes 'n Tapes is an indie-rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Formed in the winter of 2003, the band has released two albums, the self-released Tapes 'n Tapes EP in 2004 followed by the full-length release, The Loon, on Ibid records in 2005. The band signed to XL Recordings on April 26th, 2006, and the label will re-release "The Loon" in the summer of 2006.


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Tapes rec Josh Grier says their first album was recorded " the winter time at a cabin in the Wisconsin woods with no running water. It was a lot fun to do it on our own and get a little crazy, but it was also frustrating since we didn't really know entirely what we were doing"

The Loon received a favorable review from Pitchfork Media, including a "best new music" commendation. Tapes 'n Tapes have received favorable reviews from other critics, and have been compared to such alternative bands as Pixies and Pavement. After release of their self-titled EP, the band played with more well-known acts such as The Futureheads, The Streets, Metric, Calvin Johnson, and I Am the World Trade Center.

Tapes 'n Tapes' musical style varies in tempo and in influence, ranging from fast-paced polka renditions to the slower, more blues-influenced songs. The publication Music Week described the band's song "Insistor" as "Part country, part rock...possess an emotional urgency that rivals Arcade Fire. This is promising stuff."


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