New York Times, Sept 2009  “Compact hooks and artfully ambiguous emotion.”

Washington Post, Sept 2009  “Specializes in understated pop, usually opting for subtler melodies over big hooks.”

The Guardian, March 2008  "Good lord, he is good."

Seattle Times, July 2016  “Extraordinarily talented.”

The Creators Project, Feb 2016  "Entrancing."

Apple Music, Feb 2014  "Striking exquisite nine-song cycle."

Paper Magazine, Feb 2016  "A gorgeous statement on the triumphant, enduring power of love and life over fear.”

NPR, Dec 2008  "Catchy, upbeat indie pop with enough experimental twists and turns to keep it interesting.”

Pitchfork, March 2008  “Reitherman’s range highlights his hooks and wordplay. TMTS’s candor is compelling.”

Pitchfork, March 2009  “Hook after hook in each song, any one of which a lesser band might try to squeeze a whole tune out of.”

The Stranger feature, July 2009  “The 12 best songs by TMTS (and By The Way, They Only Have Two Albums)”

Portland Mercury, March 2016 "One of indie pop’s greatest records of the past decade..a masterpiece.”



2016 - Marble Mouth - Polyvinyl Records

2014 - Pillar Point - Polyvinyl Records

2009 - Creaturesque - Secretly Canadian Records

2008 - Moonbeams - Secretly Canadian Records

2008 - Purpleface - Secretly Canadian Records


Compilations + Singles

2016 - "Polyvinyl plays Polyvinyl" vinyl compilation, Polyvinyl Records

2014 - "Pillar Point: The Remixes" - self released tour-only CD

2013 - "Diamond Mine / Dreamin'" 7" vinyl single - Polyvinyl Records

2010 - "Future Vintage: Covers Of The Apples In Stereo" vinyl, various artists.  Yep Roc Records.

2007 - "About To Walk" - CD single.  Secretly Canadian Records

2005 - "Dr Rhinoceros: or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Charge" CD compilation.  Baskerville Hill Records.