Smoosh is made up of sisters Asya and Chloe. Asya sings and plays the keyboard, while Chloe plays the drums. They create some of the most interesting indie-pop I've ever heard. One more thing: Asya is 14 and Chloe is 12. They opened for Eels last night at The Depot, which, ironically, is a 21-and-over venue.
There was a brief intermission before the Eels came out. Eels is basically a band of rotating members centred around one constant--Mark Oliver Everett, or, more commonly known as E. They burst on the scene back in 1996 with their debut album "Beautiful Freak" and the single "Novocaine for the Soul" with a stunning video directed by Mark Romanek. Their next album, "Electro-Shock Blues," dealt with the suicide of E's sister and his mother's battle with cancer. There are currently six albums, and each one delivers something new and different.