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About Tiger Trap

Though this Sacramento band only put out one LP and one EP before dissipating into Lois, Go Sailor and the Softies, its influence is far-reaching. In the heyday of Riot Grrrl activism, Tiger Trap chose to investigate the equally fascinating territory of post-adolescent romance. Endearing and kind without ever seeming weak, trite or flighty, Tiger Trap glided through upbeat, utterly charming Twee-Pop songs with inspiring confidence and infectious strength. Proof that independent music could be both engaging and artistically valid without being angry or overtly political.

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Listen toTiger Trapon Napster

Though this Sacramento band only put out one LP and one EP before dissipating into Lois, Go Sailor and the Softies, its influence is far-reaching. In the heyday of Riot Grrrl activism, Tiger Trap chose to investigate the equally fascinating territory of post-adolescent romance. Endearing and kind without ever seeming weak, trite or flighty, Tiger Trap glided through upbeat, utterly charming Twee-Pop songs with inspiring confidence and infectious strength. Proof that independent music could be both engaging and artistically valid without being angry or overtly political.

About Tiger Trap

Though this Sacramento band only put out one LP and one EP before dissipating into Lois, Go Sailor and the Softies, its influence is far-reaching. In the heyday of Riot Grrrl activism, Tiger Trap chose to investigate the equally fascinating territory of post-adolescent romance. Endearing and kind without ever seeming weak, trite or flighty, Tiger Trap glided through upbeat, utterly charming Twee-Pop songs with inspiring confidence and infectious strength. Proof that independent music could be both engaging and artistically valid without being angry or overtly political.

About Tiger Trap

Though this Sacramento band only put out one LP and one EP before dissipating into Lois, Go Sailor and the Softies, its influence is far-reaching. In the heyday of Riot Grrrl activism, Tiger Trap chose to investigate the equally fascinating territory of post-adolescent romance. Endearing and kind without ever seeming weak, trite or flighty, Tiger Trap glided through upbeat, utterly charming Twee-Pop songs with inspiring confidence and infectious strength. Proof that independent music could be both engaging and artistically valid without being angry or overtly political.