3 Teeth Brings Alexis Mincolla Back to Miami

Over the phone, Alexis Mincolla sounds a bit drained. It's not even noon on the West Coast and he's already been in a meeting, and now he's taking our call.

Of course, Mincolla's work ethic isn't surprising. He hasn't gotten ahead by sleeping all day and making excuses. And despite any fatigue, he's excited to talk about 3 Teeth, his industrial band that's barely a year old but already making waves. He's also stoked about having a homecoming of sorts when 3 Teeth plays at The Garret on September 13.

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