Leftover Merch!

Well, we sold out of the new razor blade T-shirts on our most recent run of dates, but we still have a few hats and hoodies left (including a VERY few Small and Large hoodies).

We love these hats. The TMJ logo is stitched onto the cap.






The hoodies are pretty sweet. They keep you pretty warm, too. Grab the small and large ones while they last (which will not be long).


Another Tiny Tour!

Big news! TMJ will be hitting the road again in September, and venturing a bit farther west this time round. Click on any show below to buy tickets:

The Chicago show will have some VERY special guests we’ll be announcing a little later, but trust us, it’s an amazing bill that would make young Tim weep.

Oh, and if we sell enough tickets in NYC, we can add an early set that same night. Force us to re-learn more songs!

New Concert Film!

We’ve got a brand new, professionally shot concert film. It’s our complete set from New York City’s Mercury Lounge last October (10/28/22, to be exact). You get every song we did, including all the fuck-ups, as well as every reading from Ye Olde Booke of Joy. It was edited by our video maven, Jake Wincek. You can even watch an excerpt from the performance, since we turned “What Pricks We Were” into a music video.

If you want a physical DVD, that can be obtained for $25 (including shipping to the US) by clicking the Buy Now button above. If you just want a digital download of the concert, you can buy one for $15 at Gumroad.

If you want BOTH a digital download AND a DVD, you can also buy that for $25 at Gumroad. We net the same amount whichever option you choose.

Expand this post below to peruse the set list.

Read more “New Concert Film!”

Limited Edition Outtakes CD

We’ll be releasing a deluxe version of All These Fucking Feelings, (retitled to All These CENSORED Feelings so Spotify will let us promote it within their service) digitally on March 31st. It will include 13 outtakes and fan commissions. If you contributed to the IndieGoGo camaign that funded the last record, you should already have all of these, but if not you ma be inerested in th very limited edition CD Propeller will be releasing on that same day.

That disc is titled All These Fucking Outtakes, and you can pre-order it here.

Buy Tour Merch!

Bummed because you couldn’t make it to one of TMJ’s east coast shows? Don’t worry — now you can pretend you were there by purchasing one of the hoodies or t-shirts they were selling at tyhe merch table!

There are a couple dozen hoodies left, though only in Extra-Large or Small. These were easily our best seller at every gig. Keep yourself warm for winter, and/or buy a great Channukah or Christmas present for a loved one with excellent taste.


You can also snag one of the t-shrts we were selling. We’ve got a lot of XL and a handful of 2XLs left over of these, which feature the return of Hugo, who made his first apeparance on our Son of Sam I Am tees.


Review of Cambridge Show

Jim Sullivan, who’s been reveiwing TMJ’s Boston shows since the ’90s, has a nice piece in Rock & Roll Globe about our show at Sonia in Cambridge on Tuesday.

Many thanks to our long-time hero Hugo Burnham for jumping onstage to play  Gang of Four’s “Damaged Goods” with us.

The Penultimate Donor Single!

The installment in our 12 Months of Joy Campaign has now been distributed to all IndieGoGo donors.

The A-side is a rocker titled “As Quiet As God.”

There are two B-sides.

“Our History In Hugs” was commissioned by Nicole Lydic, who asked for the saddest love song we could write about her and the late, lamented Jay Wilson (Weatherman). We hope she likes it, and if there’s any way for him to hear it, that he does, too. We liked this one so much we put it on the album, too.

“The Best Beer Buyer in Portland” is Jim Bonomo, who was named exactly that by the Willamette Week.

Boston Globe Feature

The Boston Globe has a great feature about the band in today’s paper. It’s written by long-time fan Marc Hirsch, who understands TMJ is more than just a goofy frat-rock band.

It’s always nice to be interviewed by people who get us.

You can read it below, or click through to the Globe’s site here.

Another Album Review

New Noise Magazine has a nice review of All These Fucking Feelings,  which they say adds “another dozen, plus one, fast pop rock songs crammed with hilarious smart-ass lyrics” to our ouvre.

Read the whole thing here.