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No Luck

by What Tyrants

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"A blistering two-and-a-half minutes of scrappy, loose-limed garage pop, ‘Muffins‘ is a perfectly obvious lead track, swallowing all around it with its forcible but delightfully addictive reach. The guitars are suitably aggressive, a chasm of meaty riffs that link arm-in-arm with the percussion to propel the track forward at break-neck speed and set a solid backdrop for that ragged and restless vocal to simply run riot." - Tom Johnson, GoldFlakePaint

"It’s kind of the most perfect bout of garage rock, with everything coming together perfectly from the very first note. What Tyrants immediately submerge you in their energized and electric single, the occasional vocal howls and snarls breaking out over bouts of guitar and drum that leave you satisfyling dazed." - The Grey Estates

"The albums lead single, Muffins, is a raucous and exuberant affair anchored by an array of energetic garage guitars and fervid vocals." - Silver Soundz

"I love a track that opens with some rambunctious guitar riffs, setting the mood for a really good time. That’s precisely what the lads in What Tyrants have brought to the table, just before their vocals come into the party. The Minneapolis trio is specializing in making catchy garage rock that’s as infectious as it is edgy." - Austin Town Hall

"First single cut from the Minneapolis garage/post-punk trio's (brothers Sean and Kyle Schultz and Garrison Grouse) 13-track debut album 'No Luck'...[is] a two-and-a-half minute meaty burst of fragmented energetic riffs." - LittleIndieBlogs

"“Muffins” is the first single off Minneapolis band What Tyrants’ debut album No Luck. It’s great lo-fi garage rock–full of energy and punkish vocals. It’s the kind of song that inspires wildly thrashing/dancing around in your room when no one is looking. We can’t wait for an entire album of What Tyrants’ noisy energy to punch us in the face!" - Raw and Unheard

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released March 24, 2015

Released by Forged Artifacts [FA024]
Recorded by Ali Jaafar at Ecsttatic Studio

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What Tyrants Minneapolis, Minnesota

...noise pop, post-punk, and surf turned into short, fuzzed-out sonic outbursts, freakouts that go down easy and beg repeating.

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