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Tim Hurley and Danni Iosello

Sin Ropas has always made the familiar strange, creating postpartum pop that unravels and spins out in a shatter of rusty beats, scratchy vocal harmonies, raw guitar, found sounds, made-up instruments, and electronic experimentation. It has the timbre of lost love and the redemption that follows it. If this all sounds a bit uncomfortable, that's because it is–their music is at once longing and revelatory while also unnerving and confounding.