Ears of the Beholder is presenting Twin Sister at the Rickshaw Stop this Wednesday, November 7th, with local support from Exray’s and Some Ember, plus DJ sets from Peter Arko (the man behind EOTB) and Yalls.

Some Ember is the Oakland-based dark synth project of former Man/Miracle frontman Dylan Travis, who is joined on stage by bandmates Nina Chase, Josh Unger, and Peter Wallner. Some Ember’s debut cassette release Hotel of Lost Light is out now on Crash Symbols. Watch a cosmic Rorschach test in the video for “Face Of Sand” below, which premiered on No Fear of Pop earlier this year.

SF stalwarts Exray’s (who played our Rock Make Street Festival in September) were just added to the lineup on Monday, after Melted Toys was unfortunately forced to cancel.

Brooklyn indie-pop quintet Twin Sister will headline the evening, with vocalist Andrea Estella poised to enchant the crowd. Watch the video for “Bad Street”, off last year’s In Heaven via Domino Records.

Twin Sister, Melted Toys, Some Ember, Ears of the Beholder (DJ set), Yalls (DJ set)
Rickshaw Stop
November 7, 2012
8:00pm, $10