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the two lips

San Marcos, TX | Established. Jan 01, 2015 | SELF

San Marcos, TX | SELF
Established on Jan, 2015
Band Rock Hard Rock


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"Converse Rubber Tracks: Britt Daniel and The Two Lips"

New Short Film Features Britt Daniel of Spoon and Converse Rubber Tracks Band The Two Lips

BOSTON, MASS. (April 21, 2015) – Today, CONVERSE Inc. releases a short film that captures the recording experience at Converse Rubber Tracks pop-up studio in Austin during this year’s SXSW Music Conference and Festival. The film features emerging artists The Two Lips from San Marcos, Texas and Britt Daniel, frontman of critically acclaimed Austin-based rock band Spoon, who mentored the band over the course of their two day recording session.

For the fifth consecutive year, bands from all over Texas had the opportunity to record their original music at the Converse Rubber Tracks pop-up studio alongside a team of experienced engineers at no cost. Out of six artists selected this year to record between March 13 – March 19, the Two Lips were handpicked by Daniel for this unique mentoring opportunity. - The Music Issue Magazine

"Bands on Our Radar: The Two Lips"

There’s been an influx of some extremely talented, up and coming bands pouring in from San Marcos, Texas. Fuzz garage-rock trio The Two Lips caught our eyes (and ears) after witnessing their work with Spoon’s very own Britt Daniels for their new single, “Repeat”. The opportunity arose during this year’s SXSW Festival where they had the opportunity to be mentored by and discuss ideas with Daniels and record a track in Converse Rubber Tracks’ professional recording studio. Take a look at the band’s experience captured on video below. - Anon Magazine

"The Two Lips Serve Up Garage Rock Vibes on Latest Single "Repeat""

What if you spun your dial to the left and accidentally picked up a radio transmission from Mars? I'd like to think it'd sound something like The Two Lip's latest release "Repeat," a blitzed out garage rock track whose screeching opening sounds like it was snatched from a 1950's outer-space B-movie. Despite the extraterrestrial leanings, the Austin-based three piece's music is definitely of this earth--grounded primarily by heavy, fuzzy guitar riffs that cut the listener down with a visceral force. Though the track deals in garage hooks, the band blends in strong psych rock elements keeping things weird and oddly compelling. If music for funky martians is maybe your thing, check out "Repeat" streaming below.-Olivia Sisinni - The Deli


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy