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Tri-State (band)

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Tri-State
Tri-State at Pet Shop.jpg
Tri-State at Pet Shop, on 20 March 2018.
Background information
OriginMaplewood, New Jersey, U.S.
GenresIndie rock
Years active2010 (2010)–present (present)
LabelsMint 400 Records
MembersJulian Brash
Brady McNamara
Scott Stemmermann
Jeff Zelevansky

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Tri-State is an American rock band that is from New Jersey.

About[edit]

Tri-State is a four-piece jangle pop and indie rock band from Maplewood, New Jersey, that formed in 2010, consisting of vocalist and guitarist Julian Brash, drummer Brady McNamara, bassist and vocalist Scott Stemmermann and vocalist and guitarist Jeff Zelevansky.[1][2] Their music is described as "jangle-pop" and "guitar-based rock'n'roll," and they draw comparison to the groups R.E.M., Dinosaur Jr., Eleventh Dream Day, and the artist Neil Young.[3][1] They self-released the six-track EP, entitled Tri-State, on 24 May 2016. A review of the EP by Jim Testa in Jersey Beat says "this is a terrific record [...] that neatly draws inspiration from Nineties alterna-rock without sounding dated or derivative. The guitars rumble and roar, the drumming always keeps things moving forward, and the vocals and lyrics bring a perspective you just don't find in younger bands."[3] Independent Clauses writes "Tri-State's tunes unfold in pleasing ways[,] creat[ing] an ominous mood that builds and builds," adding that "if you're into '90s indie-rock or mature songwriting that appreciates with multiple listens, give [Tri State] a spin."[4] Tri-State signed with Mint 400 Records in 2014.

Mint 400 Records[edit]

That year they contributed the song "Take a Bow" for the compilation, Patchwork, and a rendition of "Carrie Anne" for the 2015 compilation, 1967. Tri-State released two singles "New Minuits" and "Titanic Brothers," on 21 September 2015. They performed at the 2016 North Jersey Indie Rock Festival. Their second EP, the five-track We Did What We Could Do, was released with Mint 400 Records, on 22 October 2016.[2] Bob Makin of Courier News describes the EP as "pop hooks, vocal harmonies, driving beats, and intricate, intertwined guitars with intelligent [and] probing lyrics."[5] It was listed in Jersey Beat's Top Local Releases" of 2016.[6] The lead track "Summer Nun" appears on the compilation album, NJ / NY Mixtape.

Discography[edit]

EPs
  • Tri-State (2013)
  • We Did What We Could Do (2016)
Singles
  • "New Minuits / Titanic Brothers" (2015)
Appearing on

References[edit]

Citations
Bibliography
  • Carradini, Stephen (15 October 2013), "Tri-State / Kira Velella / U137", Independent Clauses, retrieved 15 March 2019
  • Jersey Beat Staff (2017), "Jersey Beat's Top Records of 2016", Jersey Beat, retrieved 15 March 2019
  • Makin, Bob (8 December 2016), "Makin Plans", Courier News, retrieved 15 March 2019
  • Pirate! Staff (2016), "Tri-State - We Did What We Could Do", Pirate!, retrieved 15 March 2019
  • Testa, Jim (2013), "Tri-State - Tri-State EP", Jersey Beat, retrieved 15 March 2019
  • The Village Green Staff (26 September 2017), "About Tri-State", The Village Green, retrieved 15 March 2019

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