YEAR OF THE TIGER “Rockit” MP3

Year of The Tiger

Ever since the duo put out their track “Electric” there’s been a small swarming of buzz.  But comparisons to the other Brooklyn duo Sleigh Bells have also arisen.  In this new article by the Village Voice, Sable Yong lead vocalist for Year of The Tiger states that “Anyone who listens to Sleigh Bells and Year of the Tiger will probably realize that we’re actually quite different, though. They’re way more hardcore and crunchier than us. We’re probably more melody-driven…”  And more melody driven indeed.  Unlike the hardcore noise that explodes out of Sleigh Bells, a more dance and party vibe comes out of Year of The Tiger’s electro beats.  In this case, their new track “Rockit” at times almost makes you want to touch yourself rather than head bang.

MP3: “Rockit
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