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Album Review

TEEN's debut, Little Doods, is a lo-fi home recording made and released by Teeny Lieberson in 2011 under the TEEN moniker before an official lineup was established for the band. After settling in as an all-female combo and signing with Carpark Records, the tracks "Better," "Huh," and "Why Why Why" were reworked for 2012's In Limbo. Other tracks include the slow-strolling, organ-backed "Just Another" and the trippy "Sleep Is Noise." Little Doods got a label release by Carpark in the summer of 2015 that included a bonus demo of "Come Back."

Customer Reviews

Talent Shows!

I think this band has an amazing sense of music. The tracks beat convention. I would love to buy these tracks but just that the quality of recording suffers….

Biography

Formed: 2010

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Taking their moniker from a shortened version of frontwoman Teeny Lieberson's name, Brooklyn's TEEN incorporate everything from psychedelic rock to '90s R&B into their experimental pop. Started in 2010 by multi-instrumentalists Lieberson, a former Here We Go Magic member who made and released TEEN's lo-fi, home-recorded debut Little Doods in 2001, the band soon included her sisters Lizzie and Katherine, and their friend Jane Herships. The women began crafting a sound in keeping with some of the other...
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