Premiere: Window Twins – "Others (Uptown Sinclair Remix)"

Exray's Jon Bernson and The Fresh & Only's Tim Cohen "got the band back together" last year to release Window Twins' second LP, Wish. The album was first made available by the cassette label Crash Symbols, which has since sold out. Southern California's Volar Records released a limited run of colored vinyl this month, for sale in their online store. [wpaudio url="" text="Window Twins - 'Other Worlds (Uptown Sinclair's TripWave ReMelt)'" dl="0"]   In celebration of the vinyl production, we have a Window Twins remix to premiere! The Wish track "Others" received an industrial uplift by Uptown Sinclair -- aka [...]

By |April 26, 2013|Tags: |

Videos: Window Twins, "Two Left Feet" & "The Sky Is Black"

Window Twins – the side project of two of SF's most prolific musicians, Jon Bernson of Exray's and Ray's Vast Basement and Tim Cohen of The Fresh & Onlys and Magic Trick – is back with not one, but two new videos from their forthcoming full-length Wish. Following their June release of a video for album cut "Thunder and Lightning", the duo returns with visual accompaniments for "Two Left Feet" and "The Sky Is Black". The video for "Two Left Feet" was made by Broken Machine Films and tells a haunting story of abuse. Check it out: . The video [...]

By |October 16, 2012|Tags: |

Video: Window Twins – "Thunder and Lightning"

Window Twins — Tim Cohen's other side project, a collaboration with Jon Bernson of Exray's and Ray's Vast Basement — is back with a video for their new single "Thunder and Lightning", which premiered recently on No Fear of Pop. The beautifully constructed stop-motion video takes place entirely in and around BART and Muni stations, providing an entrancing backdrop for Cohen and Bernson's dark and ethereal track off their forthcoming sophomore LP Wish. Check it out below, created by Bernson and SF-based artist Colin Held. Wish, the duo's follow-up to their 2009 debut I'm This Tall City, will be released [...]

By |July 12, 2012|Tags: |

Mixtape: The Many Sides of Tim Cohen (Podcast #238)

Mixtape: The Many Sides of Tim Cohen (Podcast #238) Our latest mixtape showcases the many sides of one of San Francisco's best and most prolific musicians, Tim Cohen. Cohen's latest band, The Fresh & Onlys, have been seemingly unstoppable as of late, with a series of terrific singles culminating in the acclaimed Play It Strange. As prolific as The F&Os are, it's insane that the band's released so many great records. This mix reveals that the same principle--quality and quantity--extends to Cohen's other work as well. No matter what sound he's tackled in recent years, from the experimental collage-pop of [...]

Window Twins – “4th Place”

As side projects go, finding the time and reason to get together and make something often takes the backseat -- especially for those busy with bands like The Fresh & Onlys or Exrays. Still, Tim Cohen and Jon Bernson managed to bust out a new Window Twins track, entitled "4th Place," posted to Secret Seven's website. Window Twins - "4th Place" Here's a great excerpt from the Howells Transmitter site that aptly describes Window Twins' sound: Cohen and Bernson collect these remarkable moments into living layers and build them into homemade skyscrapers. The Twins deliver magic from both sides of [...]

By |September 6, 2010|Tags: |

Ticket giveaway: Garrett Pierce @ Cafe du Nord 5/3

This Sunday, local singer-songwriter Garrett Pierce presents to San Francisco his second full-length on Crossbill Records, All Masks, with a record release show at Cafe du Nord. Check out our recent podcast with Pierce for several cuts from the celebrated release, which centers around mythological journey and mystical instrumentation (he'll be supported by a few of these musicians on Sunday, such as Jen Grady, pictured above). Garrett Pierce - "Running from the Face" He'll be joined by Window Twins (members of Black Fiction) and Agent Ribbons (Sacramento), a sassy femme duo known to squeal and shred among other [...]

Window Twins – I’m This Tall City

A record as disarmingly personal as I'm This Tall City feels like a rare and special creature. "Personal" might be a little misleading. There's no indication that it's lyrically autobiographical in any sense, and it's not particularly narrative-driven for the most part. Musically, though, the intimate and varied soundscapes that layer the work's nine songs feel like a trip down the rabbit hole into the strange and fascinating musical psyches of its creators, The Window Twins. Window Twins - "Maybe It's Time" Continue reading the review in it's entirety at KQED Arts.

By |March 5, 2009|Tags: |

Episode 148: January 2009 Monthly Mix

[podcast][/podcast] Our latest Monthly Mix episode of the weekly podcast features eight great Bay Area bands, including a lot of good stuff from new and recent releases. Before getting into the episode's contents, we hope to see you at our third birthday bash at the Rickshaw Stop on Thursday, February 5th (more info here)! About all of the bands: Burbank International ("Chicken Shoals") initially started as a humorous side project for local musician H.A. Eugene, but it's blossomed into something serious with the release of City of Burbank, the group's debut album. The band doesn't have any dates lined up [...]

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