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Last year, the elegant Brooklyn indie-popper Twin Shadow released the excellent sophomore album Confess, and he's already got new music in the works. Over the weekend, Twin Shadow played Mexico's…   Read Story »
We've definitely exhausted the John Hughes Teen Dream sound over the past few years and while the universal interest in youthful bliss will never die, I think it's about time we shed the 80s…   Read Story »
Sexed-up, self-objectifying, emotionally disconnected haze-pop stars of the world unite! Sky Ferreira and Twin Shadow seem to have so much in common that they'd hate each other, but that's apparently…   Read Story »
This summer, Twin Shadow released the very good sophomore album Confess. And today, they've released a digital single of the album track "The Ones" -- not the version from the album, but a lovely…   Read Story »
Last week, Solange put out her great new single "Losing You," a release paired with the B-side "Sleep In The Park." Today, Twin Shadow's uptempo remake of that song hit the web and you can hear it…   Read Story »
Next month, Swedish pop mystics Niki & The Dove will hit the road with American new wave lothario Twin Shadow. And to celebrate that temporary union, Twin Shadow has remixed "DJ, Ease My Mind," a…   Read Story »
With their slot at FYF Fest quickly approaching, a warm up show of Twin Shadow along with Poolside and Mini Mansions sold out the Glass House in Pomona. Folks got a sneak preview of Twin Shadow's…   Read Story »
Twin Shadow's awesome, biker-gang-related video for "Five Seconds" is based on fiction that George Lewis, Jr. himself wrote called The Night Of The Silver Sun. Recently, the first two parts of the…   Read Story »
The real best music video of this week isn't on this list, since it wasn't actually a music video at all. But Frank Ocean's performance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon was drop-dead gorgeous. It…   Read Story »
You may have already noticed this, but we're having a big week for new music. It seems weird to think that the big-leap sophomore album from a young, hyped-up Brooklyn '80s pastiche-artist might fly…   Read Story »