Here, with TCG1974, Mohager relies on himself, his bass, a cowbell and an iPod. At least that's how his project started, earning lots of live shows and some nice press in the Denver area. The project is now a full band, which gives Mohager more room to create.
Thus far, he's drawn comparisons to early David Byrne, Jesus & Mary Chain, and a few other Britrock types. He and two of his three brothers also grew up idolizing Oasis, even forming a band that nearly signed to a label deal before splitting up.
In his own words - “I’ve always been a fan of pop music” says 24-year-old Kamtin Mohager in an interview in his home, a Rushmore poster hanging on the wall behind him. It may be a truly transitive language though as he notes, “blend everything successfully to throw a twist on the sound is up to the artist- some of whom he thinks- should just go away to make the world a better place.”
and finally, if you want to know what TCG1974 sounds like, you're in luck, here's "Stop"
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