Twin Shadow drummer remains hospitalized after two spine surgeries
Twin Shadow's drummer, Andy Bauer, remains hospitalized after the band's tour bus was involved a multi-vehicle crash on I-70 in April, according to a statement.
Twin Shadow to undergo reconstructive hand surgery after Colorado bus crash
Twin Shadow will undergo reconstructive hand surgery after his tour bus slammed into the back of a stopped semi-trailer on Interstate 70 early Friday.
Twin Shadow’s tour bus crashes on I-70 in multi-vehicle accident, “multiple victims”
By Kirk Mitchell, Jesse Paul and Matt Miller UPDATE: Twin Shadow's show at the Bluebird Theater on April 17 has been cancelled, according to the venue's website.
Twin Shadow, “Eclipse” review: Bigger isn’t always better
Twin Shadow -- or George Lewis Jr., formally -- has moved to the big leagues. He left indie label 4AD for Warner Brothers and, though he says he recorded his latest record before then, pumped up his soulful ’80s pop sound to crowd-trilling levels.
SnowBall 2014: Saturday photos and review of Pretty Lights, Twin Shadow and more
Despite its permanently overcast skies, the second day of Snowball saw an uptick in attendance thanks to established names like Pretty Lights, Brother Ali and Yeasayer.
Twin Shadow casts a dark, carnal persona on “Confess” (interview)
George Lewis, Jr. is a bracing new voice in pop music — and one that sounds surprisingly familiar. Better known as the ’80s-indebted dance-pop crooner Twin Shadow, 29-year-old Lewis strikes a singular figure on stage and in the press with his confident, world-weary persona and razor-sharp style, which draws from ’50s motorcycle gangs as much as hipster fashion plates in Brooklyn and London.
CMJ 2011: Photos and recap of Day 2 featuing Portugal. The Man, Weekend, Guards, Bleached, Gangstagrass and more
New York -- The second day of the 2011 CMJ Music Marathon saw more official events, more tangent parties, yet slightly fewer people than Day 1 due to a steady rain that soaked the Big Apple well into the early hours of Wednesday morning.
These go to 11: The 11 bands we’re looking forward to most at ACL 2011
As you may or may not have seen these past several months, we've been tireless in our attempt to bring you the best in music festival coverage from coast to coast since early March.
Live review: Pitchfork Music Festival Day 2, featuring Fleet Foxes, DJ Shadow, Destroyer, Twin Shadow, Zola Jesus and others
Chicago -- Every music festival has its undesirable day, and Saturday was that for the Pitchfork Music Festival. Day 2 at Chicago’s Union Park was a slow burning ode to thoughtful singer-songwriters, headliners Fleet Foxes included.
Talk Talk: A Paper Bird vid, Chain Gang on “Law & Order,” Beta steps up and more
Paper Bird has been pretty cozy with Ballet Nouveau Colorado as of late. With the help of their friend Isaac Ravishankara, they have put the final touches on their new video for the ballet using "Carry On" as the backdrop to the graceful dancers on stage.
News: Discounted ‘Snowchella’ (featuring Bassnectar, Pretty Lights and more) tickets are on sale
You first read about "Snowchella" (a.k.a. the Snow Ball Music Festival) here at Reverb, and now we have an update on tickets for the Vail festival that will feature Pretty Lights, Bassnectar, Local Natives and more next March.
News: The Snow Ball, a.k.a. ‘Snowchella,’ to bring Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, Local Natives and others to Vail in March 2011
The organizers of the Snow Ball Music Festival wouldn’t balk if you called their creation “Snowchella.” The Snow Ball will be the first large-scale indie music festival to rock the Rockies since the Monolith Festival petered out after three years in the fall of 2009.