Brooklyn’s the Twice serve up a distinctive mixture of unsettling noise, loose-limbed rock, and singalong melodies. After documenting their first record, 2002’s folk-noise collision Loose Crochet, being a duo, the group extended to its complete lineup of vocalist/bassist David Greenhill, drummer/programmer Jeff McLeod, keyboardist Jacob Morris, and guitarist/vocalist Donald Bearman. 2004’s Hand Fronds, the band’s initial record being a quartet, highlighted more streamlined tune structures aswell as more digital/musique concrète components, because of a hand damage that avoided McLeod from playing even more regular drums. That fall, the Increase toured the U.K. with Blonde Redhead and Interpol and documented a Peel Program. Early in 2005, the music group agreed upon to Matador Information and began focus on its third record with manufacturer Steve Revitte, while producing time to get a South by Southwest appearance and a tour with Ratatat. Gigs with rings as disparate as the Go-Betweens, the Hill Goats, and Comets burning expected the fall discharge of Loose in the Atmosphere.