If you've been listening to 'A Change of Tune' in recent months, you've probably heard tracks (and chats) from a number of West Virginia bands, including Goodwolf, Ona, Bishops, Coyotes in Boxes and more. That's all thanks to Twin Cousins Records, a relatively new record label that's putting West Virginia music on the map. I talked with the label's co-founder Dan Mistich (twin brother to West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Dave Mistich) about Twin Cousins' start, his take on indie/alternative music in the Mountain State and what we should look forward to from the label in the near future.
Expect new music from West Virginia's own Tucker Riggleman and Bud Carroll this month via Twin Cousins Records, and if you're in the Chicago area on April 18, make sure to catch Twin Cousins' showcase during the Chicago International Movies and Music Festival. Win a nifty Twin Cousins swag pack on our Facebook and connect with us on Twitter and Insta. Hear more rock'n tunes on 'A Change of Tune,' airing Saturdays at 10pm EST on West Virginia Public Broadcasting.