the twilight babies

the twilight babies


electronic beats and synths, acoustic and electric guitars, soulful female vocals. rocktronic, electro-lounge, chic-hop, folktronic, electronica, trip-hop...


The origin of The Twilight Babies dates back to the late '90s, when Adam Walker and Mikey Brown helped form 19.5 Collective or NPFC, an experimental electronica collaboration of musicians, artists and producers (NPFC is responsible for scoring original music for BET, Tony Hawk, and Detroit Public TV). On19.5's second release 'Sugarpil', they joined forces with vocalist Alison Lewis for the song 'point zero three (tiger)'. Alison had already established herself as a solo artist in Detroit, being nominated for Best Folk Act at the 2000 Detroit Music Awards.

Then in the summer of 2001, Alison, Adam and Mikey decided to form The Twilight Babies. The trio's free-form approach to combining electronically based rhythms and sounds with rock/blues guitar, and sultry female vocals instantly found a following. Their debut Cd 'If You Want Me To I Could Write It Down' was released in August of 2002. Their second full length CD, "middle of something," was released November 14, 2003.

The Twilight Babies were named 2004 BEST HOUSE BAND by Real Detroit Weekly

The Twilight Babies won two 2003 Detroit Music Awards:

Outstanding Electronic Artist/Group
Outstanding Electronic Recording

September 2003 Performing Songwriter Magazine top 12 DIY CD


11/14/03, middle of something, LP
08/25/2002, if you want me to i could write it down, LP