The B List: 20 Twitter Feeds to Follow

Last Friday we announced the start of @Hidden_Track and to finish our Launch Week right we’re devoting this week’s B List to the medium. At this point many bands and critics have feeds but often they lack a human feel or simply are outlets for regurgitating self promotion. In our continuing effort to hip you towards the best content on the web, we put together a list of 10 bands and 10 critics with what we consider must-follow Twitter feeds.

We’ll start with the bands and then move on to the scribes. Let us know about your favorite feeds in the comments section, or holler at @Hidden_Track with who you simply have to follow.

10 Bands to Follow on Twitter…

1. Grace Potter (@gracepotter)

This HT fave gives a behind the scenes look at her life along with links to coverage of her band and even some music trivia. How else can you find out what dress Grace plans to wear each night?

2. Wayne Coyne (@waynecoyne)

The fearless leader of the fearless freaks, Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne is a prolific tweeter, twitpic-er and video sender. He keeps it weird, insightful and sexy with never a dull a tweet.

3. Fleet Foxes (@fleetfoxes)

Robin Pecknold, leader of the Seattle-based Fleet Foxes, keeps fans in the know with his feed. Often seeking follower input and interacting with other musicians, Pecknold offers a glimpse into the life of an independent folkie rocker.

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