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"Voodoo Child"

"a lovely echo of the British invasion via The Animals or The Hollies...
a slow, swampy crawl through dark and bluesy White Stripes territory"
-Eric, Smith, Providence Monthly

- Providence Monthly


"Voodoo Child"

"a lovely echo of the British invasion via The Animals or The Hollies...
a slow, swampy crawl through dark and bluesy White Stripes territory"
-Eric, Smith, Providence Monthly

- Providence Monthly


"Feeling the Pain"

"While we were quick to crown Vudu Sister as a stellar "indie-folk" band the first time around, McCurdy has made it abundantly clear that Household Items is a full-blown garage rock album."
- Chris Conti, Providence Phoenix
- Providence Phoenix


"The New Sound of the Columbus"

"His 2012 debut, Bastard Children, not only made a memorable mark on the local folk rock scene, of which The Low Anthem is proverbial royalty, but stood as a testament to Providence’s community of musical talent."
- Sarah Bartness,Providence Monthly
- Providence Monthly


"The New Sound of the Columbus"

"His 2012 debut, Bastard Children, not only made a memorable mark on the local folk rock scene, of which The Low Anthem is proverbial royalty, but stood as a testament to Providence’s community of musical talent."
- Sarah Bartness,Providence Monthly
- Providence Monthly


"Alt-Nation: Revving Up for the Weekend!"

"'Household Items' continues in the vein of cranking the volume up and rocking out like a grunge hurricane..."
- Marc Clarkin, Motif Magazine - Motif Magazine


"HELLA NEWSWORTHY: VUDU SISTER’S NEW ALBUM"

"Tracks such as “Buffalo, NY” remind me of classic Blind Melon, and when has that ever been a bad thing?"
-David Mandaglio, DigBoston
- DigBoston


"HELLA NEWSWORTHY: VUDU SISTER’S NEW ALBUM"

"Tracks such as “Buffalo, NY” remind me of classic Blind Melon, and when has that ever been a bad thing?"
-David Mandaglio, DigBoston
- DigBoston


"Vudu Sister – Household Items"

"Brewed with a bit of Crazy Horse, a dash of Nirvana, a pinch of Scott Weiland and throw in a bit of those experimental early 90s bands for good measure. This is a record ("Household Items") that will sound completely familiar to you upon first listen, and with each spin you will become further and further away from that initial response."
-Scott LaChapelle, Badjams
- Bad Jams


"Newport Folk Festival 2013"

"Inside the museum stage, the Low Anthem hosted Newport Homegrown, a selection of up-and-coming Rhode Island bands with standouts including Vudu Sister's early-Nirvana vibes"
-James Joiner, Rolling Stone (on Vudu Sister's performance at the 2013 Newport Folk Festival)

- Rolling Stone


"Newport Folk Festival 2013"

"Inside the museum stage, the Low Anthem hosted Newport Homegrown, a selection of up-and-coming Rhode Island bands with standouts including Vudu Sister's early-Nirvana vibes"
-James Joiner, Rolling Stone (on Vudu Sister's performance at the 2013 Newport Folk Festival)

- Rolling Stone


Discography

"Bastard Children" (LP) - 2012
"Household Items" (LP) - 2013

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Coming off playing the 2013 Newport Folk Festival under the Low Anthem's special Newport Homegrown showcase as well as releasing Her second record, "Household Items" on May 4th, 2013 where it was recorded at the Columbus Theatre in Providence, RI. Produced and engineered by Ben Knox Miller and presented by the Columbus Recording Company.

Vudu Sister’s debut album Bastard Children was recorded in the
summer of 2011 at Treading Thomas Records. The album includes contributions from some of Rhode Island’s most talented young musicians. Lending such talents to the record are Joe Fletcher & the Wrong Reasons, Tig & Bean, The Famous Winters, Kate Jones of The Sugar Honey Iced Tea, and Michael Samos; whose resume includes Brown Bird, The Silks and Tallahassee.

Vudu Sister has had the privilege to be a part of The Low Anthem's "Newport Homegrown" showcase at the 2013 Newport Folk Festival.
Vudu Sister has also had the honor to share the stage with such acts as Joe Fletcher and The Wrong Reasons, Dan Blakeslee, The Silks, Tig and Bean, Tallahassee, The Mallet Brothers Band, Girls Guns and Glory, The Suger Honey Iced Tea, Brown Bird, The Low Anthem, and Alec K. Redfearn and the Eyesores.