Wanting to stick out from most of NY City’s post-punk-inspired rings, Brooklyn’s Tigercity chosen a mixture of new wave, soft rock and roll, and disco, grafting the melodies of Hall & Oates and Scritti Politti in the is better than of Chic and Prince and tossing in a small amount of Roxy Music’s effortless fascinating once and for all measure. The music group started in fall 2004 in the campus of Massachusetts’ Hampshire University, with vocalist Costs Gillim and bassist Joel Ford hooking up at a pickup golf ball game. After finding they both wished to make music that produced people dance rather than regular ironic indie rock and roll fare, they started recording and executing, playing gigs with serves like Mixel Pixel and M.We.A. The duo proceeded to go into the studio room in summertime 2005 and documented a self-titled EP; afterwards that season, Ford and Gillim transferred to Brooklyn, where they fleshed away Tigercity’s lineup with guitarist Andrew Brady and drummer Aynsley Powell. The Tigercity EP premiered in 2006, as well as the music group spent 2007 focusing on brand-new materials and touring with any office, Mobius Music group, and Stylofone.