Using the raw energy of rock and roll music, freedom of improvisation, and circularity of electronica, Three Trapped Tigers conjure the contained intensity of their namesake. Influenced by performers like Aphex Twin and Autechre, Tom Rogerson (keyboards, consumer electronics, vocals) created the music group in London with Matt Calvert (acoustic guitar, synthesizer, consumer electronics) in 2007, looking to catch the Warp Information vibe inside a live file format. The addition of Adam Betts (drums, consumer electronics) solidified the group. Documenting with Gordon Raphael (the Strokes), the trio debuted in 2008 using the just entitled EP, an alternately loud and melodic assortment of electronic-driven experimental rock and roll. Two extra EPs followed in ’09 2009 and 2010, respectively, locating the music group further delving into art-math-electro alchemy. Three Trapped Tigers extended in 2011 using the launch of their full-length debut, Path One or Die. After spending another five years gigging relentlessly — both as people with additional projects, so that as the trio — and playing support slot machines alongside The Dillinger Get away Strategy and Deftones, the music group recorded new materials written with the help of Brian Eno and Karl Hyde (Underworld) for his or her sophomore recording, 2016’s Silent Earthling.