News featuring Tiny Ruins

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  • Robert Scott (The Clean, The Bats) releasing new solo album featuring Tiny Ruins (stream a track)

    Robert Scott's resume is pretty impressive, logging time in two of NZ label Flying Nun's best bands, The Clean and The Bats. He also makes time for solo records, and will release his third, titled The Green House?, which will be out through Flying Nun on November 4. Through all his projects, Scott has a spooky sense of melody, favoring jangly minor chords. That's apparent here as well and can be heard on gorgeous new single "Lights Are Low" which is a duet with Hollie Fullbrook of Tiny Ruins. (She appears on half the album's songs.) That song premieres in this post and you can stream it, and watch a video for another song from the record, below.

    Robert Scott was in NYC not too long ago playing two shows with The Clean.

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  • Tashaki Miyaki played MoMA Nights (pics), playing 2 more NYC shows this weekend

    photos by Chris La Putt

    Indie pop infusion filled the garden at MoMA last night as Los Angeles-based Tashaki Miyaki took the stage as part of the MoMA Nights series that continues through the end of the August. Families, older couples, twenty-somethings, art-types, music lovers and everyone in between came to support the trio's lilting, spacey folk-pop in the beautiful enclosure that flanks MoMA's galleries. While there were no waves of dancing or swaying sing-alongs, you could tell the audience was paying attention. Plus, it gave Tashaki Miyaki the honor of standing alone as a piece of art, among the other modern art greats. With no openers, the night was truly Tashaki Miyaki's, and those who stayed for the entire set were not disappointed. [CMJ] Like Ex Hex before them, LA trio Tashaki Miyaki played the ongoing MoMA Nights series last night (August 7). Their dreamy, Mazzy Star-influenced pop…

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