Andrew Vait and Emily Westman "certainly aren’t short of uniqueness and talent," writes Frequency 21 in a recent review of the duo's new LP under their moniker SISTERS. The LP, Wait Don't Wait, is "a celebration of multi-genre influence," says F21, "channeling inspiration that spans from smooth jazz to 80s synth pop… [and] showcasing pleasing bursts of saxophone, groovy keys and flute, bolstered throughout by dynamic bass lines." The review cites the first couple of tracks as album highlights, but concludes that "the album, all in all, is very enjoyable and… will appeal to a large audience."
Read the full review, which includes an album stream, here. SISTERS have been impressing music directors and DJs around the country, and they broke into the Top 100 in their second week at NACC last week. Give them some love and help them find a new peak this week!