Photos: Chicago’s Twin Peaks at Great American Music Hall

Twin Peaks (photo: Pedro Paredes Haz) Chicago rock band Twin Peaks performed at the Great American Music Hall for a energetic and rousing show in support of their latest album, Lookout Low, out earlier this year. The band performed with support from fellow Chicago bands OHMME and Post Animal and our photographer Pedro Paredes Haz captured the photos below of all the bands from the night.

By |November 15, 2019|Tags: |

SF Sketchfest Twin Peaks tribute coming to Castro Theatre

Grab the coffee and cherry pie, it's time to jump back into the world of Twin Peaks. SF Sketchfest 2018 is presenting a Tribute to Twin Peaks at San Francisco's iconic Castro Theatre next month. Select cast members from David Lynch and Mark Frost's original series as well as the new Showtime series will participate in a 90-minute "in-depth" discussion, moderated by Psych actor and Twin Peaks super-fan James Roday. Sherilyn Fenn, who plays the iconic Audrey Horne in each of the show's three seasons, was recently added to the panel. There has been a lot of speculation surrounding the [...]

By |December 15, 2017|Tags: , |

Photos: Twin Peaks at the Chapel

Twin Peaks (photo: Jessica Perez) Chicago rock band Twin Peaks swung by the Chapel on Friday night, April 14, in support of their latest album Down in Heaven. They were joined by Hinds and White Mystery. Our photographer Jessica Perez has the gallery below of all the bands from the night for your viewing pleasure.

By |April 17, 2017|Tags: |

Hinds and Twin Peaks co-headlining two nights at The Chapel

Photo by Pooneh Ghana Hinds are hitting the West Coast once again, this time with their pals from Chicago's Twin Peaks. The two bands are in the midst of a co-headline tour with support form White Mystery. Catch all three bands at The Chapel on April 13 and 14. As soon as both Hinds and Twin Peaks were confirmed for Coachella this year, the two up-and-coming indie rock acts took the opportunity to join forces. Hinds are taking a break from recording their second album to play several North American cities, alternating headline slots with Twin Peaks. The [...]

By |April 10, 2017|Tags: , |

The Bay Abridged: June 8 – 21

(illustration: Cassidy Miller) In this recurring feature known as The Bay Abridged, our staff writers provide short, witty recaps on shows they attended around the Bay Area. A scene check, a heat check, and sometimes more — stop by every other Wednesday for the most comprehensive and concise recap of the Bay Area concert scene. Bob Dylan & Mavis Staples at The Greek Theater (BRK) Jun. 9. Amidst a bunch of so-so Sinatra covers, Bob casually threw in a mind-blowing version of "Tangled up in Blue." Mavis Staples stole the show with a high energy, passionate performance that included a [...]

Twin Peaks, who play the Indy next week, are the future of the past

Rock and roll will never die, but it sure has come close to flatlining a few times in the recent past. The storied history of the greatest genre can prove as much a disabling shadow as it can a well of inspiration, and far too high a number of bands have become complacent in resting on the laurels of legends rather than making a name for themselves. Where rap and pop are arguably in an increasingly amorphous and wide-reaching renaissance period, rock constantly risks tripping into a rut whenever the newest artists to enter the fray resemble fragments of the [...]

By |June 16, 2016|Tags: |

Twin Peaks on tour with Wavves, playing Bimbo’s 365 Club

Twin Peaks have just embarked on a fall tour with Wavves, with Oakland's Swimmers (a.k.a. SWMRS) supporting the two bands for the first leg of the tour. Catch all three acts at Bimbo's 365 Club tomorrow night. Steep Leans, who was recently picked up by Wavves' Ghost Ramp label, will replace Swimmers for the second half of the tour. Twin Peaks' Wild Onion was released about a year ago, and has put the young band at the head of the Chicago DIY garage rock scene. Twin Peaks amusingly played the Twin Peaks stage at Outside Lands last month, and [...]

By |September 9, 2015|Tags: , , |

Interview: Twin Peaks and Meatbodies dish the dirt ahead of Bottom of the Hill show

Twin Peaks and Meatbodies are both newcomers on the crowded scene of fuzzed-out retro/garage/psych rock bands, yet they've both managed to distinguish themselves, and you can see why this Saturday at Bottom of the Hill. I spoke with Caiden Lake James of Twin Peaks and Chad Ubovich of Meatbodies ahead of their stop in our fair city to get the dirt on their respective bands, both of which have new albums out. Twin Peaks' debut album, Sunken, received a fair bit of attention, so I wanted to know what it was like trying to live up to that hype with [...]

By |November 13, 2014|Tags: , |

Eagulls’ live show at Bottom of the Hill is part punk, part art

There’s something to be said about a band that can drive out a woman drinking a glass of white wine after only a couple songs at their show. She had made it through Twin Peaks’ set, a rowdy run by four young “dudes with tudes,” but couldn’t quite stomach the loud noises by Eagulls. Twin Peaks looks like a band that your cousin had started—they’re loud but with an unthreatening approachability. Guitarist and frontman Cadien Lake James, who is only about 19, kept shaking his head, tongue out, roaring though their energetic, fuzzy set before Eagulls took the stage a [...]

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