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Tiny Masters Of Today. Popularity : 0 users have visited this page. I'll tell them to plan and pack Ill tell them to go and never ever come back And the clouds over my closet will lift And those skeletons will know where they belong. Skeletons in my closet And I cannot clean it Ses them hanging on the clothes See them hanging on the clothes
Brooklyn's Tiny Masters Of Today released their album, Skeletons, on 15th June 2009. The end result is frantic and funny, equally poignant and pugnacious.
Any inclination to group Brooklyn’s Tiny Masters Of Today, (Ava, 13, and Ivan, 15), with these novelty acts, however, should be cast aside quicker than the latest George Samson DVD, for the only difference their minimal years make is that ‘Skeletons’’ already obvious brilliance becomes almost depressingly so for anyone already past puberty. Forget any cutesy shtick, these two schooled themselves under the most wayward of mentors; their core text presumably How To Screw The System Pt I by Ms K Dawson and Mr T Moore.
The core duo of Tiny Masters of Today, bro and sis Ivan and Ada (last names never given) are only 15 and 13-years-old, but are releasing their second album on friggin' Mute Records. Lucky little bastards. They say stuff like "just joshin'" in interviews, which is just adorable, and Ada is a brace-face. But one listen to Skeletons and my opinion does a 180. They recorded most of this album on their own with the Apple program GarageBand (with some additional recording at a real studio, blah blah blah), giving validation to lazy asses like me who throw down half-baked crap on the basic recording program. I can tell they use the â?Crunchy Drums' effect often. But unlike myself, these siblings (along with drummer Jackson Pollis) have their style nailed down and have put together a cohesive album of bare-bones punk with quasi-hip-hop tendencies. Sound awful? It really isn't.
- Published By – Tiny Masters Music
- Recorded At – Seaside Lounge
- Mastered At – Salt Mastering
- Engineer – Patrick McCarthy
- Mastered By – Paul Gold
- Mixed By – Matt Stein
- Written By, Producer – Tiny Masters Of Today
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|Mute411||Tiny Masters Of Today||Skeletons (7", Single)||Mute||Mute411||UK||2009|
|MUTE411||Tiny Masters Of Today||Skeletons (CDr, Single, Promo)||Mute||MUTE411||UK||2009|