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The Long Island band Twin Sister have been on a serious role ever since they announced, a few month ago, that they'd inexplicably changed their name to Mr Twin Sister. The three songs they've shared…   Read Story »
I've harped on this before, but "Mr Twin Sister" is not a good band name. But when the band formerly known as Twin Sister added that mystifying article to the front of their name, they also seemingly…   Read Story »
The Long Island indie-poppers Twin Sister recently made the baffling decision to change their name to Mr. Twin Sister, which, I think we can all agree, is not a good band name at all. But band names…   Read Story »
Twin Sister spent the early part of this decade developing a reputation as "Long Island's dreamiest dream pop band" before saturating pop culture in unexpected ways such as being sampled on a…   Read Story »
And now for the latest step on Twin Sister's march into unexpected pop cultural corners. Last year, Kendrick sampled the languorous Long Island quintet's "Meet The Frownies" on good kid, m.A.A.d…   Read Story »
Northside registered some memorable moments this year, from Kitty Pryde living the meme at Knitting Factory to a sold out Cameo Lounge for Stereogum's showcase (hat tip to Guards, for winning the…   Read Story »
Later this month, L Magazine returns with its ever-strengthening North Williamsburg-based Northside Festival. And for the first time, Stereogum will represent with a showcase. Congratulations to all…   Read Story »
Dr. Dre might not have too much to do with the current rap landscape, but he's been singing the praises of the katana-sharp young Compton MC Kendrick Lamar since before most of us ever heard of him.…   Read Story »
It's been a while since we heard from hazy VA indie rocker Wild Nothing, but that's about to change as Jack Tatum & Co. (we assume) prep a 7'' for release in February. The A-Side, "Nowhere," just hit…   Read Story »
Twin Sister's "Bad Street" was already a lush, bubbling dance track. And now that the Long Island indie-pop crew have recruited lush, bubbling dance specialists Lindstrøm and Prins Thomas to remix…   Read Story »