Carmen & Camille
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Carmen & Camille

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada | SELF

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada | SELF
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"Double Exposure"


Erin McPhee published on 08/25/2006

Pre Headline
A Lower Mainland pop-rock singing duo that's about to take the world by storm is stopping by the North Shore this Sunday.
Full - North Shore News

"Sonic Bids featured Artist & Video"

We dig your music and your EPK looks great! Even though you can't see it, everyone here is giving you a big round of applause and we all wish you the best of luck. - Sonicbids

"Carmen & Camille"

Photo By: Bernard Baur

Carmen & Camille: Sweet and sensitive vocal pop act with family friendly appeal.

Carmen & Camille
The Mint
Los Angeles


The Players: Carmen Thomas, vocals, guitar; Camille Thomas, vocals, flute; Jason Hook, guitar; T.J. Armstrong, bass; David Shultz, keyboard; Brian Holley, drums.

Material: The material these blonde sisters present is exactly what you might expect it to be: family friendly Disney pop. Now and then they add a little edge to a song, but never go too far out. Some of the songs have a country tinge, but all are pop at heart. In fact, this is the kind of music Disney radio, as well as tweeners, would go crazy for. If that’s the target audience Carmen & Camille are going after, they’re well on their way.

Musicianship: The Thomas sisters can play and sing very well and they have hired a pro band to back them. Polished, tight and professional, this act is ready for theme parks. Carmen and Camille trade off vocal duties and are almost interchangeable. Sweet and sensitive, their vocals fit perfectly with the material, and their playing is a step up –– especially Camille’s flute work.

Performance: For an act that is appealing to the demographic this one is, they could be more accessible. More interaction with the audience would help them greatly. Indeed, the fans they would most likely attract would want to know them, want to hear them talk and want to find out who they are. The music doesn’t answer those questions. Only Carmen and Camille can provide those answers; and, as such, might want to think about exposing more of themselves on stage.

Summary: Carmen & Camille are a pop act with a very specific demographic –– Disney channel tweeners. They seem to have that package tied up with a bow. And, if inclined, could probably make a decent mark, not to mention income, at family oriented events and theme parks.

––Bernard Baur

- Music Connection Magazine March 2007

"PS Magazine Jan. 2007"

Featured Artist, Spread inside...Paris Hilton on cover - Europe

"2008 - Ones To Watch"

By Amy O'Brian

Saturday, December 29, 2007

Carmen and Camille

they are already better-known south of the border than they are here at home. The blond twins - with the last name of thomas - received regular air-play this year on MTV's popular reality TV series, The Hills and they participated in the American music networks Battle of the Bands competition.

the girls grew up in White Rock, where they entertained themselves after school by playing music together. Their current pop-rock sound - think modern day Heart - incorporates Carmen's flute skills, while Camille plays the guitar.

Expect these two to start popping up everywhere. They're attractive, they're twins, and they play a very accessible brand of contemporary girl rock. - Vancouver Sun

"Fun Stuff -"

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This week, Seventeen checked out Carmen and Camille Thomas, the blonde-haired rocker-chick twins from Vancouver, at the Cutting Room in Chelsea, NYC. Clad in matching black tank tops, skinny jeans, and tall leather boots, only their killer accessories brought out the girls’ individual personalities.

At their first-ever gig in New York City, the girls performed a combination of hits from their debut album, Two (released in October 2006) and songs that will be released on their next album. We loved “What’s Left,” a song inspired by the time Carmen and Camille spent in Thailand and Australia after college!

The twins won the audience over with their vocals and their uncanny talent for playing instruments — everything from the flute, tambourine, and bongo drums to the harmonica and guitar!

Carmen and Camille have gained major attention recently from MTV. You might recognize their hit songs “I Will Never,” “Breaking Down,” and “Lose My Voice” from The Hills. The girls also won MTV’s online Battle of the Bands contest. -, Feb. 5th 2008

"Mobile Beat, Show review"

SEPTEMBER 16, 2007


Those of you still recovering from last week's MTV Video Award’s Britney Bomb need not fear any longer. The future of the world’s existence, and more importantly its potential to produce worthwhile pop princesses, is secure. Enter onto the music scene Carmen and Camille, 22-year old twin sisters from Vancouver who have been singing and playing music together since they were 5-years old. Key phrase there: “playing music.” These girls, sort of channeling Stevie Nicks with their long blonde hair, all black attire and hanging silk scarves, are as much talented instrumentalists as they are singers. Camille serves as vocalists, guitarist and songwriter while sis Carmen adds harmonizing vocals, flute and sometimes tambourine. The twin team has hit the hottest spots throughout Canada, sung their way through Budapest, Australia and the Caribbean, and recently starred as one of the only female fronted, non-metal acts at Locobazooka up in Mass.

Not having time to do a ton of research before seeing the girls live, I had no idea what to expect. However, at least knowing that Carmen and Camille recently made the cut as one of Billboard’s featured artists assuaged any doubts I might have had that I was being sent in to cover an overly flowery teeny-bopper act. This was by far the most unique “show” I’ve seen all summer. It’s not often you get to shmooze over pastries with industry insiders and record label reps while enjoying a private performance in a NYC recording studio…unless of course you’re “working” for Billboard, that is. As an indie act, Carmen and Camille put on an eight-song, 45 minute showcase at S.I.R. studios for about “a dozen key people” (Was I one of those people??). Despite the fact that they were playing for an audience slightly tamer than the one they entertained at last week’s New England Loco Fest (headlined by Heaven and Hell and Alice Cooper, just to name of few…if that gives you an idea), the girls still rocked out and gave us their all. When they came over after their show and asked if it was “weird for us” to see a performance in such an intimate setting, we all responded by saying we felt uncomfortable for them…having to tear it up for a handful of sitting ducks. The super sweet duo proved to already be well-polished, seeming to understand that these non-concert shows come with the territory of trying to get signed…a feat I doubt will be too difficult for them to overcome as they continue to get more buzz.

C&C is a totally refreshing, welcome addition to the world of radio friendly pop/rock music. These girls are legit singers, songwriters and musicians who have yet to cross the line between widely appealing catchy music and overly manufactured bubble gum pop. Major props to the fact that they play instruments and write music themselves, as well as have a full rock band backing them, including drums, keyboard, guitar and bass. Thanking us profusely for coming and taking the time to chat with us after their performance (as did their band mates as well) only added to their charm…and the fact that they are two adorable blondes I’m sure won’t hurt either. Hopefully they’ll maintain their down-to-earth graciousness when they hit it big, which will surely be sooner than later. The 3rd tune they played for us, “I Will Never” is set to appear on MTV’s The Hills this Monday, 9/17, and their first single “Lose My Voice” has already been videophied on MTV. My (and Carmen’s) favorite of the set was “Fantasy,” a march-like song that probably has the most rock influence in it.

Even treating us to an encore, the girls ended their short set with the ballad "To Believe" that really showed off how beautiful their voices are both individually and as a harmonizing vocal team. I think that if artists sound great live, with out the enhancements of studio re-mixing, it's a true testament to their talents. And how can you not love 2 frontwomen who hug and kiss one another upon finishing up their performance. You go girls!



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