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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Lies, all lies. Press releases are often like a word ocean of dishonesty condensed into heinous paragraphs of deceit. Three Trapped Tigers just about live up to portions of their sly old press burble by successfully thieving much of Squarepusher's eerie, dystopian signature synth sound and hyperactive bass squiggles for the opening track to their new EP2. However they merge these distinctive elect ... »

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8/10 Brian Staff review, 29 October 2009
Lies, all lies. Press releases are often like a word ocean of dishonesty condensed into heinous paragraphs of deceit. Three Trapped Tigers just about live up to portions of their sly old press burble by successfully thieving much of Squarepusher's eerie, dystopian signature synth sound and hyperactive bass squiggles for the opening track to their new EP2. However they merge these distinctive electronic staples with brooding, futurist instrumental post-rock phrasing, real frenetic drums & breezy ad libbing to create a fresh progressive rock sound. Along with mid period Trans Am, Liverpool's brilliant Kling Klang & new players such as Eat Lights Become Lights & Zombie Zombie, they've learned how to fuse the dynamic elements of classic virtuoso prog with an innate understanding of today's cutting edge technology and end up sounding something like Muse remixed by Fuck Buttons & Otto Von Schirach when they're at their most berserk, like on the insane, breakneck track three, '8'. They've got talent dripping from every pore these boys but their possessed cyber rock can get a little intense for these tired old ears, I can finally breathe a sigh of relief when the EPs closer, the tender, downtempo prettiness of '9' with its morphing, emotive bass & oriental chiming that has me thinking of Mochipet's sweeter outpourings.

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