Atlanta's TWINS returns with an album of club-ready synthwave for CLEAR (USA). Nothing Left lives on the axis between Wax Trax and WBMX, generating mutant industrial pop for sweaty basement ragers. The record begins with drum machine workout Can't Go Back, cruises past the electrifying gloom of Treat Me Like A Freak and drives straight through to the finale, mechanized torch song That's What I Never Saw. Matt Weiner, the single entity behind TWINS, is also at the controls of CGI records, a dependable outpost for extraterrestrial club jams. TWINS may be the first out-of-towner on the imprint but Nothing Left truly echoes the vibe of the city's underground past and present.