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James Fallon invited Natasha Khan to perform the latest Two Suns single on his late night show yesterday. That'd be "Sleep Alone," which has a video and a remix, and is a sexy, synthy document of a…   Read Story »
If you weren't talking about the weather in Grant Park this weekend, you weren't in Grant Park this weekend. And really that would've been a shame. It was oppressive at times, but despite -- or as…   Read Story »
The latest track from Natasha Khan's synthed-up triumph Two Suns to get the This Is A Single treatment is "Sleep Alone." It's got a video and everything. The desolate yet sexy original underscored…   Read Story »
So far Natasha Khan's given us a couple of compelling Two Suns videos: "Daniel" went for a sinister modern dancing (and Karate Kid) vibe and "Pearl's Dream" found Khan in winged form-fitting garb…   Read Story »
Earlier this morning, British DJ/television presenter Lauren Laverne announced the dozen 2009 Mercury nominees at London's Hospital Club. The prize, of course, is for the UK's album of the year…   Read Story »
Natasha's made good use of her time on the coasts, combining a couple of hailed shows with a Letterman appearance here, and stopping over at Kimmel's place last night while in the vicinity for some…   Read Story »
When Natasha Khan came to NYC to do Letterman and a pair of shows at Bowery Ballroom and Music Hall Of Williamsburg earlier this spring, she was the only thing anybody wanted to talk about. This week…   Read Story »
Under the guise of 909, TV On The Radio's studio guru has injected some tribal, mystical funk into Two Suns's chilly synth jam "Sleep Alone." Hear 2:11 of 909's In The Dark Mix at MySpace.   Read Story »
Natasha Khan's newest Two Suns video treatment features the same slo-mo dreaminess as Letterman-approved "Daniel," but with less of a sinister (and modern dancing and Karate Kid) feel. New single…   Read Story »
On a whim I checked in with Breakfast At Sulimay's, the amusing Web video series in which three elderly music fans review indie and hip-hop singles over coffee at a Philadelphia diner. Turns out…   Read Story »