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Twice

The Tyde

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With Twice, The Tyde sounds less like a sibling band to Beachwood Sparks, even with a few shared members. Here, frontman Darren Rademaker comes into his own sound right from the opening song. “A Loner” sparkles with Moogs and acoustic guitars as his lyrics reveal more confessionals than on the preceding LP, Once. He hasn’t abandoned his sharp wit, as shown by the peppy “Henry VIII”; Rademaker sings self-deprecating lyrics like “I'd like to get me a place down in Dana Point/But I can't even put down this joint." Even when revisiting twangy canyon rock in the standout song “Go Ask Yer Dad,” The Tyde pulls back its obvious influences to hone its own tone, with a contrast of shimmering guitar jangle and scuzzy, distorted fuzz. Throughout Twice, there’s an uplifting sense of Rademaker letting his love for surfing and songwriting help shake off his prior demons. In “Blood Brothers,” he proclaims: "Do you want to know what it feels like to be a man?/Try spending 25 years in a band."

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"Go ask yer dad" is great!

"Go ask yer dad " is one of the catchiest songs in that decade. A perfect pop song.

Biography

Formed: 1998

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The Tyde may share three bandmembers — Chris Gunst, Dave Scher, and Brent Rademaker — with modern L.A. canyon rock band Beachwood Sparks, but where the latter sounds like what a cryogenically frozen Buffalo Springfield circa 1967 might sound like if they were thawed out today, the Tyde have drawn comparisons to a wider range of bands, many of them British in origin, including '80s and early-'90s bands like Felt and Lloyd Cole and the Commotions (lead vocalist/guitarist Darren Rademaker's...
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