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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 »
Amid all the well-justified noise about Frank Ocean and the Dirty Projectors, it's important to remember that Twin Shadow have another excellent album coming out today, the cocksure synthpop brood…   Read Story »
Confess, the brand-new sophomore album from New York's Twin Shadow, straddles some imaginary line between twee, romantic new wave and dark, pulsing late-'80s R&B -- like what happened if the peak-era…   Read Story »
BLOG GAME MARIO CHALMERS filling in for Tom this week, who had a kid or something (it's hard to know since Tom's baby boy -- congrats Tom! -- hasn't showed up on any releases yet). So, let's do this…   Read Story »
Twin Shadow's video for the excellent synthed-out summer jam candidate "Five Seconds" is an utterly badass pastiche of B-movie tropes, in which band frontman George Lewis Jr. does postapocalyptic…   Read Story »
Some months, you get blockbuster bands releasing big singles in stream-only format. May was not like that -- May was a good month for freely downloadable MP3s. Respect, May. In the ten-track zip…   Read Story »
Twin Shadow renders Hooray For Earth's "No Love" as a ravey, pulse-pounding dance jam in his remix of the True Loves standout. Download it below. Hooray For Earth - "No Love (Twin Shadow…   Read Story »
The National-curated Crossing Brooklyn Ferry kicked off its weekend-long fest last night and Thursday's slate featured performances from the likes of the Walkmen, Sharon Van Etten, Twin Shadow, Zs,…   Read Story »
In February, our T. Cole Rachel spoke with Twin Shadow's George Lewis, Jr., about his as-of-then-untitled album. From their chat: STEREOGUM: Does the new material feel like a marked departure from…   Read Story »
For no discernible reason, dapper Twin Shadow frontman George Lewis has done a gorgeous cover of Peter Gabriel's "Here Comes The Flood," a song from Gabriel's 1977 self-titled album, accompanied only…   Read Story »