I of Tiger
I of Tiger taps the soul, a reminder to be aware of the chaos of one's external and internal world. It's song of discernment and following one's true path regardless of the way the world moves. Mind and body in harmony, as no one can disarm the soul.
Tigercide brings the light into the dark, with a dirty synth hook and a grimy rhythm. Shexist sails above the electronic mayhem to deliver a transcending message.
Beneath the bright lights and beyond the velvet ropes of Hollywood lies a different Southern California: a desolate land filled with darkness, punctuated by unrealized dreams, and broken down with anguished hearts. Tigercide, formed half a decade ago in LA, gives musical form to this landscape with the ethereal, melancholic vocals of Shexist and the exotic, shadowy, and balanced beats of Saint Brendan.
The post-punk of bands like Joy Division and New Order embodied a de-industrializing Manchester. The Bristol sound of Massive Attack and Portishead gave voice to the multicultural grittiness of their city. So too does the darkwave trip-hop of Tigercide capture the ethos of Angelenos anxious about their future. In a city characterized by soaring rents, temperatures, and population, can there be any more
"Tigercide presents that mesmerizing trip-hop aura from start to finish and breathy, dreamlike vocals make up the delicate chorus." -BuzzMusic