For the past month T3ETH have been gallivanting throughout Asia: touring Japanese arcades and forming mosh pits in the most unlikely of places. “We just went on tour in Japan a month ago and that was our first time in Asia! We love playing in Asia; we want to come back as often as possible - the food is amazing and the arcades are full of cool toys!” Their funky, eccentric energy bleeds through their work and their relationship with the audience. “What's the weirdest thing that's ever happened on tour? Last night, when we started a mosh pit in the Nanjing East Apple Store!”
T3ETH - Time Changes
The group began performing together in London and have since explored music together with the tenacity and excitement of a young child taking up different hobbies. “We met in London - Veronica was studying fashion communications at Central Saint Martins and Simon was working as an artist. We later met Simon Whybray our drummer through the internet and began playing live together”. They attest that some unexpected influences include “Hare Krishna rhythms and K-Pop.”
The three friends are currently digging the likes of: “Haribos from Brooklyn and Jpop star Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. From karaoke-ing in Tokyo with our friends, 'Teenage Dream' by Katy Perry has currently become our favorite song to sing at KTV”. The band draw inspiration from a gamut of artists, but suggest that if they could play with anyone it would be “Tamion 12 inch from Detroit - they inspired our band and sound with their song 'International'”.
T3ETH - Flowers
The band is known for keeping their audience on their feet on the dance floor and with their future endeavors: “We'd like to sample Veronica's voice and make a TEETH! Vocaloid pack so other people around the world can share her voice and compose music with it”, they boast.
In 2012 fans around the world will have to form T3ETH dance parties in their living room as they plan on taking a break from touring for the time being: “We are going to take the rest of this year to focus on writing new songs. If the chance comes up to travel a new part of the world, we would definitely consider another tour”. However, you crazy dance fanatics do have some new music to look forward to: “We are currently working on our next EP while living in Brooklyn, New York. We are also collaborating on songs with other musicians like Unicorn Kid.”
T3ETH - Confusion
Tonight's show at Lune is 50 RMB at the door and will begin at 10 p.m. Supporting band, Pairs, will get you warmed up for some high-impact moving with a rare DJ set. T3ETH fans should expect, “A big sweaty dance party; the whole Nanjing East Apple store staff and crowd surfing! We'll see you there!”. Bring your dancing shoes and a fan to stave off the heat generated on this dance floor. Tonight, Saturday, 26th May, Tank magazine presents T3ETH at Lune - get pumped!