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1 review »On their 2002 debut, Purely Evil, Brooklyn's Rogers Sisters - Jennifer on guitar, Laura on drums, and Miyuki Furtado, who's neither a Rogers nor a "sister," on bass - offered an occasionally thrilling garage-fuzz take on the then-burgeoning spastic Gang of Four-mat. The Invisible Deck is more sonica ... »

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The Invisible Deck by The Rogers Sisters
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8/10 Jack Customer review, 6th November 2015

On their 2002 debut, Purely Evil, Brooklyn's Rogers Sisters - Jennifer on guitar, Laura on drums, and Miyuki Furtado, who's neither a Rogers nor a "sister," on bass - offered an occasionally thrilling garage-fuzz take on the then-burgeoning spastic Gang of Four-mat. The Invisible Deck is more sonically diverse, and more enticing. You can dance to opener "Why Won't You," but its mix of tube-warmed guitar slashes, thick bass rumble, and thumping backbeat is more Led Zep boogie than the ol' post-punk herky-jerk.




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