Pop bands fronted by kids are nothing new. The Jackson 5 and the Osmond Family dominated the 60s and 70s, New Edition captured the hearts of girls in the 80s, New Kids on the Block rocked my world in the 90s (embarrassingly enough), and we have Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus today. But if you want to listen to and watch a band that might not make you cringe ten years from now, check out Tiny Masters of Today. This Brooklyn group formed in 2006 when siblings Ivan (then 12) and Ada (then 10), and their friend Jackson decided to play music together. They recorded at home, put their songs online on a MySpace page, and the rest is history. They play indie punk rock, and they are pretty good at it.