Articles tagged they might be giants

They Might Be Giants: Phone Power (take two)

They Might Be Giants’s 19th studio album is a reminder to the world that if they aren’t indie rock’s answer to Lennon and McCartney, they could at the very least be geek rock’s heirs to Difford and Tilbrook.

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They Might Be Giants: Phone Power

They Might Be Giants' third album of the past year contains some real gems. It also has a lot of material that doesn't quite make the grade, making it feel like a leftovers record.

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24 Nov 2015 // 3:20 AM

They Might Be Giants: Why?

It’s never too early for parents to introduce their children to one of the best indie rock bands of all time, and their latest kids' album is a great place to start.

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Jonathan Coulton: Artificial Heart

Four years on from "Still Alive", Artificial Heart sees self-described "internet superstar" Jonathan Coulton at a critical crossroads in his career.

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You Probably Get That a Lot: An Interview with They Might Be Giants

After the multiple Grammy wins and the numerous acclaimed children's albums, They Might Be Giants finally get back to making some good ol' fashioned alt-pop, and are here to tell PopMatters all about it ...

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They Might Be Giants: Join Us

Join Us is the type of record, despite its titular invitation, that will be best enjoyed by the faithful, as opposed to those who are curious about the group and want a starting point to delve into.

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A new EP foreshadowing new album.

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25 Aug 2009 // 7:00 AM

They Might Be Giants Here Comes Science (Idlewild/Disney Sound) Releasing: 1 September (iTunes/Amazon) / 22 September (physical) SONG LIST Disc: 1 01 Science Is Real 02 Meet the Elements 03

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Words and Pictures by Thomas Hauner

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28 Nov 2007 // 4:10 AM

They Might Be Giants opt for something else

You might suppose that collaborating with They Might Be Giants would be a load of laughs, given the charming wackiness of indie-pop tunes such as “

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Life in a Blender: The Heart Is a Small Balloon

College rock stalwarts and They Might Be Giants pals come together for their sixth album of quirky pop, but don't have quite enough pizzazz to hit the next level.

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12 Jul 2007 // 11:00 PM

They Might Be Giants: The Else

I wanted to like The Else, even as I braced myself for the worst. You can't go home again.

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Quirk Rock: An Interview with They Might Be Giants

John Linnell of TMBG reflects on 25 years of music-making, the joy of reading and eating at the same time, and the removal of Hillary Duff's soul in an expansive interview with PopMatters.

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26 Jul 2005 // 1:00 AM

It takes real guts to remain decidedly immature after all these years. Even as John Linnell and John Flansburgh enter middle age, their skewed worldview remains firmly in place.

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They Might Be Giants: The Spine

Twenty odd years on, the Two Johns are as vibrant as ever, and after having carved their own niche in music history, The Spine is bold for playing in the sandbox with TMBG’s contemporaries rather than staying safely in the room they’ve created for themselves.

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22 Apr 2004 // 11:00 PM

They Might Be Giants: Indestructible Object

While Indestructible Object is pleasant but brief, these five tracks are not essential except perhaps to fans of They Might Be Giants who can’t wait until the full-length CD is released later this year.

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7 Aug 2002 // 11:00 PM

	They Might Be Giants: NO!

Hang on, hang on tight. The new release from eclectic alternative geek-rockers They Might Be Giants is an interactive multimedia experience geared toward children of

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        They Might Be Giants: Mink Car

Once upon a time, They Might Be Giants saved my life. Well, okay, not literally saved it, but they did offer me a sense of

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//Mixed media

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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