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Miniature Tigers Do Daytrotter

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Brooklyn-livin' Phoenix-leavin' indie-pop band Miniature Tigers have done

a second Daytrotter session

.

The Chicago-based Quad Cities-based taste-making website writes: "Miniature Tigers are one of the best examples America has of a young band working a something new, something old and something borrowed mentality with its songwriting. With each album they make more bold steps forward..."

That statement about a bold step forward on "each album" is apparently based on a sample size of one, since Fortress is the band's second record, but whatevs.

Download the new session here or the first one here.

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