Tin Can Phone
Tags: rock, reggae
Tin Can Phone is an Austin-based rock/reggae group developing a signature sound that’s all their own. TCP’s live shows bring a house party feel, and deliver a positive message on topics including politics, destiny, and run-ins with the law. Their first full-length album “Adapter” was released on November 1st, 2011.
Matt, Josh, and Bert are childhood friends from the small beach town of South Haven, Michigan and have spent the last 15 years playing in bands all over the country. Soon after their arrival in Austin in 2007, they formed Tin Can Phone with Matt’s cousin Tyler.
Tin Can Phone travels extensively throughout the region, and has shared the stage with such great bands as Passafire, The Wailers, Soja, and the Voodoo Glow Skulls. With the release of “Adapter”, a DIY home-studio project that beautifully captures the band’s live sound and energy, Tin Can Phone is set to catch some big waves in the near future.
“One of the most prominent features of the band’s new CD Adapter is fast and fancy guitar that sounds like a 21st century homage to the work of Dick Dale or Link Wray.” – Brad Goins, Lagniappe Magazine
“(Adapter is) the logical progression of experience, clarity, and inspiration, brought on by passion, a home studio, and a serious work ethic.” – Austin Independent Music Magazine
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