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February 15. Hailing not from Germany but from Boston, garage outfit Twin Berlin returns to rock Kingston with this date at Snapper Magee's. Aurally, the band's melancholy pop punk sound is a dead ringer for that of the Strokes. Thus, it makes perfect sense that the quartet would end up working with Stone Ridge producer Jimmy Goodman, who engineered Is This It?, the Stokes' acclaimed, big-selling breakthrough album. Last year Twin Berlin released There Goes My Virtue, a three-track EP produced by Blink 182's Travis Barker. While preparing to record new material, the band is playing a few rare regional dates. 10pm. $5. Kingston.

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  • Twin Berlin plays Snapper Magees in Kingston on February 15.

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