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Twin Peaks mature with ‘Lookout Low’

Twin Peaks mature with 'Lookout Low'

Cailey Gleeson, Focus Editor

September 23, 2019

Many bands have tried—and failed—to mature their sound, but hometown hero Twin Peaks does it with ease on their fourth album, “Lookout Low.” The catch with this album, though, is it seems like it’d be best to listen to live, which is fitting given the band’s roots in the D.I.Y. scene. Named...

Review: Twin Peaks at Metro

Review: Twin Peaks at Metro

Jaycee Rockhold

January 20, 2015

[slideshow_deploy id='8819'] I feel like I just got viciously thrown around in a mosh pit. Actually, that’s exactly what happened to me at the most recent Twin Peaks show, and despite a few bruises, I loved every thrown elbow of it. Chicago's Twin Peaks can loosely be described as throwback garage...

Twin Peaks talk New Year’s plans

Chicago’s own Twin Peaks have moved from house shows to world tours over the past few years. The band plays with fellow locals Landmarks, The Liqs and Modern Vices on Sunday, Jan. 18 at Metro. (Photo courtesy of Pooneh Ghana)

Jaycee Rockhold

January 11, 2015

Twin Peaks are Chicago’s hometown heroes. Made up of Clay Frankel, Connor Brodner, Cadien Lake James and Jack Dolan, the band started out playing basements and DIY spaces. But following the hype of last year’s “Wild Onion,” they’ve warranted positive publicity and played bigger venues. Sunday, Jan. 18, they will be taking the st...

Twin Peaks showcase potential at Lincoln Hall show

Twin Peaks showcase potential at Lincoln Hall show

Connor Kreger

November 3, 2014

[slideshow_deploy id='5190'] ‘Twas the night before Halloween, and as I arrived at Lincoln Hall to see Chicago-based rock and roll band Twin Peaks, that I noticed nearly half the crowd was embracing the holiday spirit in costume while I was lamely not in costume. As I made my way up to the stage...

Pitchfork Music Festival: Saturday recap

Kirsten Onsgard

July 20, 2014

Saturday’s lineup of legends of mosh-worthy favorites made it by far my most anticipated day of the weekend. Besides, I had not gotten sunburned despite forgetting rule number one of music festivals, and a splash of iced coffee left me walking into Union Park shortly before 1 p.m. stoked to see a group...

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