Rogers Sisters The Invisible Deck

Rogers Sisters The Invisible Deck
The Rogers Sisters create danceable, post-punk inspired songs that expand and contract in lo-fi dynamics and occasionally borrow from garage rock aesthetics. This Brooklyn-based trio’s Too Pure debut recalls the same urgency and enticing approach as their New York noise peers but still manages to create something that is substantial enough to stand apart from the crowd and defy direct comparisons (although the band’s love for ESG has left its mark). Made up of sisters Jennifer (lead vocals, guitar) and Laura (drums, backing vocals), and friend Miyuki Furtado (vocals, bass), they feature Jennifer and Miyuki sharing microphone duties, and the dual male and female voices here make for a continuously changing texture. Tracks like "Why Won’t You,” "Never Learn to Cry” and "Emotion Control” have the capacity to either send chills down your spine or make you shake your ass on a tabletop, but the entire album just might inspire a bit of both. (Too Pure)