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Blonde Redhead at 92Y Tribeca, 7
Acrylics, Sebastian Blanck at Cake Shop, 9
Dam-Funk, Master Blazter at Ft Greene Park, 6:30 FREE
Fergus & Geronimo, Radical Dads at Cake Shop, 8
Total Slacker, Red Romans at McCarren Park, 6 FREE
Memoryhouse, Twin Sister, Oberhofer, Beauty Feast at Mercury Lounge, 8
Ty Segall, Royal Baths, The So So Glos at Cake Shop, 8
Deerhunter and Real Estate at Pier 54, 6
Deerhunter (DJ Set), The Big Sleep, Ducktails, We Are All Romans at Glasslands, 8:30
German Measles, Reading Rainbow, Eternal Summers, Family Trees, Rescue Birds at Live at the Pyramids, 7
Maps & Atlases, Cults, Laura Stevenson & The Cans, We Barbarians at Mercury Lounge, 8
Twin Sister, Memoryhouse, John K, SUNLESS at Monster Island Basement, 8
Dog Day, Eternal Summers, Knight School at Cake Shop, 8
Ty Segall, Royal Baths, The Babies, Zulus at Death by Audio, 8
How To Dress Well, The Golden Filter, Glasser at Glasslands, 9
Screaming Females, Black Wine, Byrds of Paradise at Maxwell’s, 8:30
Mountain Man at the Old American Can Factory, 8
Javelin, Warpaint at the Whitney Museum, 8
Home Blitz, Fergus & Geronimo, Liquor Store, Pujol, Moonmen On The Moon at Don Pedro’s, 8 (HAPPY BDAY POP JEW!)
Screaming Females, Big Soda at Death by Audio, 8
Nite Jewel, Samps, Blood Orange, ARP at Glasslands, 8:30
Chief, Frankie & The Outs, MINKS, Coasting, Total Slacker at Rock Yard, 2
The Babies, Air Waves, Total Slacker, Girls At Dawn at Silent Barn, 8
UP Summer Showcase with Julian Lynch, Ducktails, Andrew Cedermark, No Demons Here, Warlords, Alex Bleeker and the Freaks, Big Troubles, Family Portrait, Air Waves at Shea Stadium, 7
Walt Whitman Celebration w/ Wingdale Community Singers, Prince Rama and more at Brooklyn Bridge Park, 5
Beach Fossils, Woven Bones, The Beets at Bruar Falls, 8ish
Girlfriends at Bruar Falls, 8
The Beets, Coasting, Alex Bleeker and the Freaks, Dead Gaze, Andrew Cedermark at Monster Island Basement, 8
Crinkles, Reading Rainbow, Family Trees at Cake Shop, 8ish
The Feelies at Maxwell’s, 830 (also Saturday + Sunday)
Yellow Fever, Woven Bones at South Street Seaport, 7
High Places, Toro Y Moi at the Whitney Museum, 7
Das Racist, Radical Outing, WCKids, Dirty Finger at Silent Barn, 8
Twin Sister, Total Slacker, Ava Luna, Golden Triangle at the McKibben Lofts (more info soon)
Beirut, WOOM at Music Hall of Williamsburg, 8
Ray Concepcion caught Twin Sister and mucked it all up with psychedelic, pulsating visuals. This is so BRAINY. By which I mean, your brain will only respond to what your pupils do. The timing is perfect, if you know what I mean. No more work after you watch this. It’ll be real hard.
I don’t know where/when Ray shot this, but it’s only been up for 4 days. Perhaps it was at the album release show at Glasslands on Friday.Vodpod videos no longer available.
Woods, Effi Briest, St. Vincent DJ set at Brooklyn Bowl, 9
No Joy, Adult Themes, I’m Turning Into, Shark? at Shea Stadium, 9
Dan Deacon, Eternal Summers, Big Troubles, Height with Friends, Dustin Wong at Cake Shop
No Joy, North Highlands, Psychobuildings, The Surprisers at Cameo Gallery, 8
Twin Sister Record Release, w/ Lost Boy, Data Dog at Glasslands, 9
Sunburned Hand of the Man, Psychic Ills, Golden Triangle, Hopewell, White Hills, The Black Hollies, Future Hunter, Weird Owl, Revival Times at Glasslands, 9
Ava Luna, Truman Peyote, Nude Beach, Quiet Hooves, Bubbly Mommy Gun at Knitting Factory, 7
Zs, Exceptor, Silk Flowers, Mick Barr, Dutty Artz DJs at Knitting Factory, 8
Phosphorescent at Union Pool, 9 (on Thursday at Mercury Lounge)
Effi Briest at Union Pool, 9
Woods, MV&EE, Joshua Light show at Abrons Art Center, 8
Beach Fossils, Midnight Masses, Mon Khmer at Brooklyn Bowl, 6:30
The Blow, Acrylics, Julianna Barwick at Glasslands, 8:30
Twin Sister, Open Road Rooftop, Roof Top Films Festival, 8
Golden Triangle, Fresh and Onlys, The Babies, Coasting at Monster Island Basement, 8
Small Brown Bike, Bridge and Tunnel, Your Skull my Closet, Let Me Run at Cake Shop, 8ish
Silver Apples, Oneida, Joshua Light Show at Abrons Art Center, 8
Fresh and Onlys, Liquor Store, Darlings, Girls at Dawn, X-Ray Eyeballs at Cake Shop, 8ish
Crystal Stilts, Veronica Falls, MINKS, Home Blitz at Glasslands, 8
Parts and Labor, Soft Power, Talk Normal, Guts For Garters at Knitting Factory, 8
These Are Powers, Aa, True Womanhood at Secret Project Robot, 8
Aa, Wild Yaks, Steel Phantoms at Cake Shop, 8ish
Veronica Falls, German Measles, Frankie and the Outs, the Surprisers at Bruar Falls, 8ish
Silver Apples, Burning Star Core, Love Like Deloreans at Coco66, 9
Twin Sister shows are something to experience, and then hold on to, near and dear to your heart. The performances are visceral, you feel like you’re in the groove, you’re riding that bass line like it was yours. Each song signifies lust, fever and growth. You’ll go through all those feelings, and in that order.
NYC Taper captured, in fine form as always, the band at Mercury Lounge last week. As Merc shows often are, it was likely an industry heavy audience. The band played a short set, giving their sexier and poppier tracks preference, skipping my fav: “The Other Side of Your Face.”
Get the whole show at Taper, and “Other Side” below.
Twin Sister: The Other Side of Your Face
Also, the band has issued a challenge: REMIX them.
Hole at Terminal 5, 8ish (and Wednesday)
The Morning Benders, Twin Sister, Twin Shadow, Papa at Mercury Lounge, 730ish
Cold Cave, Cult of Youth, Beaut at Le Poisson Rouge, 11ish
Fiasco, Total Slacker, Life Size Maps, Movement at Death by Audio, 8ish
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings at the Apollo, 8ish (and Saturday)
Tanlines, Keepaway, Memoryhouse, Light Pollution, Psychobuildings at Glasslands, 830ish
John Doe, Exene Cervenka at City Winery, 8
Pizza Forest (Coasting side project), and other side projects at the Coasting House, details TBA.
Rights of Spring Haiti Benefit w/ Alex Ross, Bjork, Dave Longstreth and more at Above the Auto Parts Store, 8ish
Weekends, Truman Peyote at Glasslands, 8ish
Twin Sister played late Friday night on an Infinite Best Records rooftop in Williamsburg. Unfortunately, I was too busy watching Ghostbusters to attend. BUT, luckily, Ian Perlman was there to catch the band in all their glory. They played a Daft Punk cover, but this jam, which Perlman eloquently dubbed “End Jam,” is what I love about Twin Sister. They are a dedicated band. They find a rhythm and they go. They take it as far as possible. Not unlike a jam band, just without soloing. This is a band that builds gigantic waves of sound, the wave grows bigger and bigger, and then comes crashing down all over you.
The rhythm section is one of the best i’ve seen in years. Check out the movement on these guys. (Gabe on bass, Bryan on drums.) Utter ridiculousness.
I saw Twin Sister just last weekend at the Tortilla Factory in Bushwick and they played a similar jam to this, maybe it was even this jam, but it didn’t end the set, it was used as a segue between “Other Side of Your Face” and “All Around and Away We Go.” Apparently, Twin Sister mixes shit up.
If you haven’t seen the band yet, your time has surely come.
PS- Perlman has more videos, including “All Around and Away We Go,” their “single”?
Vodpod videos no longer available.