TPC-Bacon

A year ago I found a internet radio site called Pandora and started finding new music. The first band that I found on the site was Tokyo Police Club an indie rock band with an addictive sound. After hearing just one song I was impressed and the next day I ran out an picked up there CD, A Lesson In Crime. I would describe the CD as a 16 minute long journey thought a world taken over by robots and a oppressive government. All the songs are fresh and a bit random and thats what make it so great. You almost feel that there creating the music for the first time ever, every time you play the CD.

The band is from Newmarket, Canada and consists of Dave Monks (Vocals, Bass), Josh Hook (Guitar, Percussion), Graham Wright (Keyboards, Vocals) and Greg Alsop (Drums, Percussion). They are currently one tour and are releasing their debut full length album entitled Elephant Shell sometime in May (some sites saying late April).

TPC is playing in Pittsburgh April, 10th at Mr. Smalls, and I am going to be interviewing them before the show. If they allow me to use my flip video camera I will post some video up next week. If you have any questions you would like me to ask them let me know ASAP. Sorry for giving you late notice but I just found out yesterday that I will be allowed to do this.

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4 Responses to Does Tokyo Police Club Like Bacon

  1. Matt G says:

    how come whenever people like something they run out to buy it?

    when i want something i calmly drive

  2. Mosley says:

    @dipnlik

    Thanks for the tip. I also found out that it wil lbe in store in the US April 22rd.

    @Matt G

    That’s how I burn off all the bacon fat. I run out and buy stuff.

  3. [...] few months ago when Tokyo Police Club came to Pittsburgh I got the chance to interview Graham Wright their Keyboardist. He was a lot of fun to talk to and I [...]

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