Diners is the pop project of singer songwriter Tyler Broderick. I have known Tyler for quite sometime and he has grown tremendously as a musician over the years. To me "Throw Me A Ten" is a sonic rebirth for Tyler after the end of his previous group Hello The Mind Control. Throw Me A Ten illustrates Broderick's ability to write catchy accessible songs while retaining a unique sound. This is a solid release and I am proud to reissue this beast on tape with a few rarities available exclusively on the tape version!
released January 8, 2013
This album was recorded in the fall of 2011 and was finished in the spring of 2012.
The Holy Page Records tape version of this album contains four songs including rarities, b-sides, and demos not appearing on the first pressing!
Originally released 11 May 2012
"Throw Me a Ten" was recorded and mixed by jalipaz at the audioconfusion studio in Mesa, Arizona and was mastered by Carl Saff in Chicago, Illinois. Artwork by Kyle Daniels
All songs written by Tyler Broderick, except Track 3 where Brianna Johnson and Mitchell Keaney helped in finishing the song. Album produced by Tyler Broderick, Kyle Daniels, and jalipaz.
Tyler Broderick - vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion
Kyle Daniels - vocals, bass
jalipaz - noise
Tristan Jemsek - drums
Brianna Johnson - vocals
Mitchell Keaney - drums
Matt Kimball - vocals
Patrick Sexton - sinbad
Nick Shively - vocals