"Trans Am have continued to push boundaries with their electronic excursions...Thing is an album that exceeds expectations, not to mention revealing new trajectories with every subsequent listen." - Drowned In Sound
DCist revists the "Secret History" of Surrender To The Night. Read more here
Check out this live footage of Trans Am.
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Trans Am will tour the US this Spring and Europe this Summer/Fall
The new Trans Am album Volume X is coming soon and available now for Pre-Order
out this fireside chat on Red Bull Music Academy, recorded at Corsica Studios.
Check out this feature on Trans Am in Magnet (here), as well as Nathan sitting in as guest editor (here)!
Phil Manley has also been playing in Life Coach.
Check out Trans Am on Amoeba Record's What's In My Bag?.
Stereogum premiered "I'll Never (Alternate Version)" and had some nice things to say about Volume X. "Volume X might be the most pop-oriented thing the band has done."
The Portland Oregonian caught up with both Nathan about Stumpfest and Phil about gear. If you're in Portland, make sure to check out Trans Am at Stumpfest!
Open your eyeballs and earholes and direct their attention to the Megastorm video
Impose interviewed Nathan - celebrating Trans Am's entry into the 10th Album Club.
"Trans Am are among the few acts able to push Krautrock forward." - All Music Guide.
"Their consistency over the years is remarkable... potentially a future classic" -Exclaim
“It can safely be stated that TA are the best ambient/krautrock band to happen in the past 30 years… these specific cuts on Volume X are not only as good as the godheads (Can, Harmonia, Cluster, Eno, and Neu!), but they also continue to move their ideas forward.” - The Big Takeover
Trans Am are the guest editors of Magnet this week.
Fractured Air posted a lovely interview with Trans Am that doubles as a review of Volume X.
Impose checked out Trans Am and Dan Friel at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn and took some amazing photos.
Our old friends at TransWorld Skateboarding interviewed Nathan about Volume X.
Phoenix New Times wrote an amazing feature about Trans Am in anticipation of their show in Arizona.