Little Man opens for the Ike Reilly Assassination for their Salesmen and Racists 10th anniversary revisited show at Minneapolis' historic First Avenue mainroom July 29, 2011. Tickets on sale here..
EP Release Show
89.3 The Current Presented the Little Man Orbital Amusement EP Release show. Friday May 27th at The Turf Club with Red Pens and The Rockford Mules and featuring the Cosmonettes hula hoopers. Sponsord by The Blue Door Pub, Marshall Liqours and the Groveland Barbershop. Read about how it all went down (and then back up again) on the blog.
The new EP titled Orbital Amusement will be released May 27th! Little Man launches the stellar new release, Orbital Amusement, into the musical stratosphere with a CD Release show Friday, May 27th at the Turf Club in St. Paul, MN. The six song EP sonically delights with sputnik sounds, layered vocals and fuzzy pitch-bending guitars. While reminiscent of classics (Led Zeppelin I, Flash Gordon-era Queen), more modern sounds like that of The Black Keys, Wolfmother and Smashing Pumpkins abound on this heavy, lustful yet astral collection. Supported by ZVEX.
Free Little Man Holiday Single.
See the Holiday Greeting and download the song Plan To Be Together. -
"...a short, Big Starry/Beatlesy nugget..." - Minneapolis Star Tribune. The sing has been picked up on 89.3fm The Current and posted on WeHeartMusic.typepad.com and Reviler.com. Grab it for your music library as a thank you from Little Man.
Recordings underway for a 2011 spring release.
Down to Chicago to begin recording, the band is in the process of laying down new tracks with a modern rock sound. Read more and see pics and video on the BLOG.
Little Man releases their 4th full length album
"Of Mind And Matter", Nov. 8th 2008
With "Of Mind and Matter" (Eclectone Records) Little Man has combined the big hooks of classic Brit-Pop with something uniquely fresh. Recorded in an old hunting lodge in Chicago with producer Ed Tinley (Liz Phair, Ike Reilly), "Of Mind and Matter" takes the listener into a world of wonder. Traces of Led Zeppelin, T.Rex, the Kinks and David Bowie can be found in songs like "Don't Pray to Fantasy," "Talisman,"