Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Two Twins (Masterface/Natureboy) release second single "No Windows"

Two Twins release
second single "No Windows"
off debut album Anonymous Unanimous

"No Windows" is the second single from Masterface/Natureboy
producer Cedar Apffel's new project Two Twins 
released March 18th 2014.
This single will be followed by full-length album
release via Bleek Records on April Fools Day 2014. 

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"No Windows" released on March 18th, 2014 is the second single by Brooklyn producer Cedar Apffel under the name Two Twins. The track sounds like a four-story building that's gone for a jog. Soupy guitar loops swim around a lumbering cut-up beat, and seemingly ad-libbed vocals. The track ends with an ascending climb in to ambience with its hand held by a steamy sax solo. "No Windows" is the penultimate track on the forthcoming album Anonymous Unanimous, which is out via Bleek Records on April Fools Day 2014. (4.1.14).

Two Twins is the new music project of producer Cedar Apffel. Anonymous Unanimous was produced at his Alligator Lady Studios in Greenpoint, which Cedar owns and operates, and was mastered by Paul Gold at Salt Mastering. The album features vocal contributions by Sara Kermanshahi (Natureboy) and, saxophone by Alec Speglmen. With this project Cedar picks up where his previous project Masterfaceleft off, but the subtle atmospheric textures of Two Twins explores new musical territory with greater intimacy and depth.  Cover art by Andrew Piedilato.    

Two Twins No Windows - Single  Bleek Records BR017
Track Listing:
01.  No Windows

 . . my personal fave (for any fan of TV on the Radio) Two Twins" - Deli Magazine

An impressive introduction to what promises to be one of the Spring's most engaging records."  -Gold Flake Paint

“vat-of-goo synthesizers beneath create a canvas of swampy, slow motion sound."  - Three Beams

“No Windows leaves you breathless. Two Twins are going to take the summer
outdoor anthem band title."
  - Bushwick Daily



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