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Just over a decade ago, Japanese indie-pop duo Tenniscoats recorded ┬╗Papa's Ear┬ź (2012) and ┬╗Tan-Tan Therapy┬ź (2007), two albums made with musical and production help from Swedish post-rock/folk trio Tape. Originally released on H├Ąpna, they are beautiful documents of the exploratory music made by a close-knit collective of musicians, fully at ease with each other, playing songs written by Tenniscoats and arranging them in gentle and generous ways. Released during a prolific phase of collaboration for Tenniscoats - during the late '00s and early '10s, they would also collaborate with Jad Fair, The Pastels, Secai and Pastacas - they have, however, never been available on vinyl. In collaboration with Alien Transistor, Morr Music is now reissuing these albums with bonus material.
Just over a decade ago, Japanese indie-pop duo Tenniscoats recorded ┬╗Papa's Ear┬ź (2012) and ┬╗Tan-Tan Therapy┬ź (2007), two albums made with musical and production help from Swedish post-rock/folk trio Tape. Originally released on H├Ąpna, they are beautiful documents of the exploratory music made by a close-knit collective of musicians, fully at ease with each other, playing songs written by Tenniscoats and arranging them in gentle and generous ways. Released during a prolific phase of collaboration for Tenniscoats - during the late '00s and early '10s, they would also collaborate with Jad Fair, The Pastels, Secai and Pastacas - they have, however, never been available on vinyl. In collaboration with Alien Transistor, Morr Music is now reissuing these albums with bonus material.
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Tan-Tan Therapy
Artist: Tenniscoats
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $30.98
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Just over a decade ago, Japanese indie-pop duo Tenniscoats recorded ┬╗Papa's Ear┬ź (2012) and ┬╗Tan-Tan Therapy┬ź (2007), two albums made with musical and production help from Swedish post-rock/folk trio Tape. Originally released on H├Ąpna, they are beautiful documents of the exploratory music made by a close-knit collective of musicians, fully at ease with each other, playing songs written by Tenniscoats and arranging them in gentle and generous ways. Released during a prolific phase of collaboration for Tenniscoats - during the late '00s and early '10s, they would also collaborate with Jad Fair, The Pastels, Secai and Pastacas - they have, however, never been available on vinyl. In collaboration with Alien Transistor, Morr Music is now reissuing these albums with bonus material.
        
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