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About Times New Viking

Times New Viking is a lo-fi band from Columbus, Ohio. The trio -- guitarist Jared Phillips, keyboardist Beth Murphy and drummer Adam Elliott -- takes abrasive indie-rock and haphazardly plies it with '60s bubblegum pop. In 2005, they released Dig Yourself, a noisy barrage of garage feedback that sounds like it was recorded on a boom-box. For their third album, Rip It Off, the group signed to Matador Records to release more trebly and contagious sweetness.

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Listen toTimes New Vikingon Napster

Times New Viking is a lo-fi band from Columbus, Ohio. The trio -- guitarist Jared Phillips, keyboardist Beth Murphy and drummer Adam Elliott -- takes abrasive indie-rock and haphazardly plies it with '60s bubblegum pop. In 2005, they released Dig Yourself, a noisy barrage of garage feedback that sounds like it was recorded on a boom-box. For their third album, Rip It Off, the group signed to Matador Records to release more trebly and contagious sweetness.

About Times New Viking

Times New Viking is a lo-fi band from Columbus, Ohio. The trio -- guitarist Jared Phillips, keyboardist Beth Murphy and drummer Adam Elliott -- takes abrasive indie-rock and haphazardly plies it with '60s bubblegum pop. In 2005, they released Dig Yourself, a noisy barrage of garage feedback that sounds like it was recorded on a boom-box. For their third album, Rip It Off, the group signed to Matador Records to release more trebly and contagious sweetness.

About Times New Viking

Times New Viking is a lo-fi band from Columbus, Ohio. The trio -- guitarist Jared Phillips, keyboardist Beth Murphy and drummer Adam Elliott -- takes abrasive indie-rock and haphazardly plies it with '60s bubblegum pop. In 2005, they released Dig Yourself, a noisy barrage of garage feedback that sounds like it was recorded on a boom-box. For their third album, Rip It Off, the group signed to Matador Records to release more trebly and contagious sweetness.