Los Angeles lo-fi psych trio Tashaki Miyaki don’t reveal much about themselves. Named after a mispronunciation of Japanese director Tashaki Miike’s name and often operating under aliases themselves, the mysterious vibe seems to be working in their favor. With a drummer/singer leading their laid back pop tunes, the band dropped by our studio to share some music and talk about their upcoming record, all in a special black-and-white episode of BTR Live Studio.
Featured song: “Something Is Better Than Nothing”
Complete broadcast and audio playlist: http://b-t-r.co/14bcZSr
Tashaki Miyaki’s EP is available digitally and on cassette from Burger Records.
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