Another Tiny Desk Video

February 1, 2016 in Uncategorized by Matt Skinner

Ok, admittedly we don’t update our website often enough. But we’ve been busy! Tracking on our next album, “Laughing,” is finished, and we’re into the tedious process of mixing. In the meantime, we’ve recorded two other albums for our amazing friends from Von Stomper and Whippoorwill. The Von Stomper album is called “Americado,” and is available on an internet near you. The Whippoorwill album is almost ready for mastering, and will be available soon. Please check them both out, simply great music by great people and we’re really proud to be part of both projects. And speaking of projects, we made this video yesterday for this year’s Tiny Desk Contest for NPR Music. It’s a new song, throwback soul tune, hope you like it! Bueno queso. 

March 16, 2015 in Uncategorized by Matt Skinner

Pumped with cheese to be playing Snowmass Mammoth Fest!

June 12-14!

This is a killer lineup and we’re thrilled to be a part of it!

Mammoth Fest Poster

Hope you join us, click here for info and tickets!

Tallgrass at Daytrotter on WQAD

February 11, 2015 in Uncategorized by Matt Skinner

Last year we got to record a Daytrotter session in Rock Island.  A news crew with our favorite Jason Fechner from WQAD came down, too- his story just came out last night, check it out through the link below!  Dancing squirrel approved.  

dancing squirreeel

NPR Tiny Desk Contest

February 10, 2015 in Uncategorized by Matt Skinner

Here’s our entry into NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest.  Thousands of bands made videos and we’ve had a great time watching a lot of them, some are really creative.  Search Tiny Desk Contest on Youtube and get in on the fun with cheese.  Thousandth person to watch our song gets a pet rock named Clyde, and we already put him in your yard!  



Back in the Studio

November 24, 2014 in news by Matt Skinner

Tallgrass studio black and white

 Winter is coming… time to lock ourselves inside and record our favorite sounds.
New album coming soon!

More pics on the ol’ Facebook, click here.