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“Like the Marvelettes if that group had pined after the blessings of Baphomet instead of the boy next door…Twin Temple is a heterodox generation of new self-described Satanists…upending old Rosemary’s Baby and Helter Skelter stereotypes in service of radical politics, feminist aesthetics and community unity.“
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“Twin Temple are a seven-piece voodoo jazz gang..Draped in a black veil, human skull in hand, you’d think this murder-bluesy queen’s consort was Beelzebub himself. Squares in the 50’s would’ve lost their minds over the suggestion of Satanic Doo-Wop, but these days it’s practically a necessity.”
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“This is music for turning the lights down low, sipping an old fashioned from a brass goblet, burning a bit of incense and slowly slinking around the living room in your best black lace gown.”
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“Twin Temple make music that appeals to the dark side of your soul…the group brings dark, macabre themes to the style of traditional American music.” 
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"Satan isn't just for metalheads any more."
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“A sullen take on ‘60’s girl groups…Twin Temple have turned heads with a brassy sound right out of the darkest corners of the 1950’s and the look of mourners in a New Orleans funeral procession.”
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“So much soul, so much darkness, and so much stage presence. Up-and-coming Los Angeles act Twin Temple have been creating quite a buzz in the underground music scene of L.A.” 

JANKY SMOOTH

“We’re drowning in a sea of stellar underground rock n’ roll. In today’s L.A. scene, it’s not easy to stand out, though many manage. Luciferian doo-woppers, Twin Temple, is one such act. ”