TWRP (disemvoweling of twerp), formerly known as Tupper Ware Remix Party, is a Canadian rock band originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Initially founded in 2007,[1] the band moved to Toronto in 2011 with a change in members and musical direction. Their current lineup consists of keyboardist and vocalist Doctor Sung, guitarist Lord Phobos, bassist Commander Meouch, and drummer Havve Hogan.

TWRP performing in Tampa in March 2020. From left to right: Commander Meouch, Havve Hogan, Doctor Sung, and Lord Phobos.
TWRP performing in Tampa in March 2020. From left to right: Commander Meouch, Havve Hogan, Doctor Sung, and Lord Phobos.
Background information
Also known asTupper Ware Remix Party
OriginHalifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Years active2007–present
  • Doctor Sung
  • Havve Hogan
  • Lord Phobos
  • Commander Meouch
Past members
  • Stone LaChismo
  • Bombustron
  • Atomicawk Startrotter

The band always performs in full costume, with their faces and real names unknown; they also have a fictional band history, involving Doctor Sung finding his bandmates through space and time.[1][2] TWRP released their first album, Poised to Dominate, in 2010. It was followed by Together Through Time (2018), Return to Wherever (2019), Over the Top (2020),[3] New & Improved (2021), and Digital Nightmare (2024). They have also released six EPs including The Device (2012) and Ladyworld (2017).

They are also known for their collaborations with Ninja Sex Party, having become their opening act and backing band in 2015 on both live performances and studio releases, starting with the album Under the Covers.[4] They are also the backing band on The TryForce, the third album of Starbomb, another band featuring the members of Ninja Sex Party.[5]

On 17 September 2018, TWRP appeared on Conan as the backing band for Ninja Sex Party, in a clean version of "Danny Don't You Know".[6]


TWRP performing in Dallas in August 2018. From left to right: Doctor Sung, Commander Meouch and Lord Phobos.

Band members

  • Doctor Sung – talk box, vocoder, vocals, keyboards, synthesizers, keytar, percussion (2007–present)
  • Havve Hogan – drums, electronic percussion (2007–present)
  • Lord Phobos – electric guitar, acoustic guitar, pedal steel guitar, keyboards (2011–present)
  • Commander Meouch – bass, keyboards, backing vocals (2011, 2012–present), vocoder (2012)

Former members

  • Stone LaChismo – bass (2007–2011)
  • Bombustron – guitars, vocals, tambourine, electronic percussion, keyboard (2007–2011, 2011, 2012–2014)
  • Atomicawk Startrotter – bass (2011–2012)





Studio albums

  • Poised to Dominate (2010)
  • Together Through Time (2018)
  • Return to Wherever (2019)
  • Over the Top (2020)
  • New & Improved (2021)
  • Digital Nightmare (2024)

Compilation albums

  • Omnibus (2017)
  • Welcome to TWRP (2018)[a][7]
  • Lil' Shiny Tunes Vol. 1 (2021)[b]
  • Sex Is a Machine That Likes to Dance (2007)
  • The Device (2012)
  • 2nite (2015)
  • Believe in Your Dreams (2015)
  • Guardians of the Zone (2016)
  • Ladyworld (2017)[8][c]
  • Friends of the Blues (2023)


  • "LazerHorse" (2011)
  • "Only the Best" (2020)
  • "Need Each Other" (2020)
  • "Bright Blue Sky" (2021)[9]
  • "Found Your Love" (2021)
  • "Polygon" (2021)
  • "Eve Of The War" (2022)
  • "Have You Heard?" (2023)
  • "VHS" (2023)
  • "Ladybug" (2023)
  • "A Human's Touch" (2024)

As Ninja Sex Party's backing band


As Starbomb's backing band


Guest appearances


Appearances in other media

  • The band's song The Perfect Product from their album Together Through Time appears in the 2021 video game Tales from the Borderlands[11]
  • The band's song The No Pants Dance from their EP The Device appears in the 2017 video game Auto Age: Standoff[12]
  • In 2020, the band provided music for Chris Hadfield's educational web series Endeavor with Chris Hadfield as featured on the Elevate YouTube Channel[13][14]
  • In 2024, the band was featured on Tom Cardy's YouTube Channel, along with Montaigne, in the music video for the song Online[15]


  1. ^ Japanese exclusive release
  2. ^ bandcamp exclusive release
  3. ^ Platforms which automatically determine whether a release is an album or EP, such as Spotify, may mistakenly list Ladyworld as an album because it contains 7 tracks.


  1. ^ a b "Tupper Ware Remix Party Told Us What the Future is Going to Be Like". Noisey. 19 January 2015. Retrieved 16 July 2018.
  2. ^ "Tupper Ware Remix Party's Epic Quest to Annihilate Boredom | SCOPE". Retrieved 11 June 2018.
  3. ^ @TWRPband (27 August 2020). "OVER THE TOP A new album from TWRP Releasing 25 September 2020" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  4. ^ a b "Ninja Sex Party released the official track list to Under The Covers 2!". Tupper Ware Remix Party's official Facebook. 2 July 2017. Retrieved 9 September 2017.
  5. ^ a b "Ninja Sex Party on Twitter". Twitter. Retrieved 18 May 2018.
  6. ^ "Ninja Sex Party Delivers Eccentric 'Danny Don't You Know' Performance On 'Conan': Watch". Billboard. 18 September 2018. Retrieved 3 July 2021.
  7. ^ "TWRP/ウェルカム・トゥ・タッパーウェア・リミックス・パーティー – TOWER RECORDS ONLINE". Retrieved 15 October 2018.
  8. ^ @TWRPband (15 December 2016). "PRE-SALE ANNOUNCEMENT Tomorrow at 12pm EST we'll be launching a pre-sale for our new 'Ladyworld' EP. Oh, and here's the track-list!" (Tweet). Retrieved 4 October 2023 – via Twitter.
  9. ^ TWRP – Bright Blue Sky (Official Video), retrieved 13 November 2021
  10. ^ @ninjasexparty (8 May 2018). "tentative album schedule:August 2018: Cool Patrol December 2018: @starbomb 3mid-2019: UTC 3all w/ @TWRPband fuck" (Tweet). Retrieved 2 July 2018 – via Twitter.
  11. ^ "Every Song in New Tales from the Borderlands - Hardcore Gamer". 21 October 2022.
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  13. ^ "Elevate Endeavour - YouTube". YouTube.
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  15. ^ "Online - YouTube". YouTube.