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Album Review

Twin Sister's first EP, a four-song collection from 2008, found the band's engaging mishmash of ideas coming together to create enjoyable if not quite yet distinct results, a post-everything indie rock that happily skips from one approach to the next. "Dry Hump," with its minimal start, slow grind toward the end, and feeling of disconnected desire, lives up to the name well, Andrea Estella's refrain of "Any way you want to" disappearing into a conclusion of soft tones and slow grooves. In contrast, "Ginger" moves into a full-band arrangement from the start, keeping the sense of slightly mournful progression but just a touch more charged with energy, a stately, drum-heavy zone-out, vocals and low buzzing notes intertwined. The acoustic guitar of "Nectarine," matched with the initial male vocals of Eric Cardona, twists the feeling of the EP a bit more, a wistful sort of folk-rock that gets shot through with a summery pop shoegaze of sorts. "I Want a House" ends it on a slow groove, in a sort of gently tense hip-hop feeling translated to the band's rock approach, set against Estella's lovestruck sentiments.


Formed: 2008 in Long Island, New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Long Island, New York-based indie pop quintet Twin Sister make music that is dreamy, yet danceable. The five members of the group -- vocalist Andrea Estella, bassist Gabe D'Amico, drummer Bryan Ujueta, keyboardist Dev "Udbhav" Gupta, and guitarist (sometimes vocalist) Eric Cardona -- crossed paths while playing in their respective bands, ultimately befriending each other and forming Twin Sister in 2008. Their first EP, Vampires with Dreaming Kids, was self-released that year. After their first live...
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