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Twin Sticks are currently working with Germs/Nirvana/Foo Fighters legend Pat Smear who has helped develop their signature sound. He co-produced their debut EP with renowned producer/engineer Ross Hogarth.

TWIN STICKS drummer Rebecca got her second x-chromosome from John Gibb, her father-singer/songwriter from Toronto's Battered Wives. Claiming John Bonham as her idol, it's clear that Rebecca was raised on the rock and roll basics. Some may recognize her from the band Harlow from VH1's Bands on the Run. This tiny Canadian, often compared to Animal from the Muppets, hits hard and puts the boys to shame.

Candice gained notoriety playing the South Bay scene with bands Dirty Laundry and Big Lucy. Influenced by aggressive styles, her distinctive leads and tasteful hooks help define the band's sounds. When not shredding killer guitar, this French beauty can be found skateboarding in empty pools. Candice's personal phone 310-217-7638, just in case you need a sexy car mechanic.

Rumor has it Ezrah Lockwood was born soloing on his umbilical chord. His gritty intuition and menacing riffs put one of the "sticks" in TWIN STICKS. This sleazy and easy to please east coaster's favorite beverage is Jack Daniels or anything at an open bar. Last seen wearing a speedo with added potato, someone had to tell him, "That goes in the front, dude."

Chris is a recent transplant from Boston. With many years of bass experience and many bands under his belt, his style shows a variety of different influences. His solid playing puts the "mmmmmm" in rhythm. Chris gets around LA riding his Big Wheel to avoid getting a DUI. His biggest dream is to get on "Pimp my Big Wheel,". After all, he does put the other "stick" in TWIN STICKS.

Marci spent three years as a club DJ in Colorado, and after hearing a bootleg of Ezrah's solo on his umbilical chord, she sold her turn tables and six disco biscuits for an electric guitar. As for Marci's vocals, you'll be captivated by her raw talent. Her emotions bleed through the melodies and words. This emotional basketcase is your best friend and worst enemy, hiding the considerable depths of her character by a curtain of frivolity. We strongly advise against playing hide and seek with her.