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“Vic and Gab are a song writing sister duo who play mesmerizing, grooving and powerfully catchy indie pop. The band took off in early 2011 with an opportunity to have a song featured on MTV’s fleeting teen series Skins and have since made a momentous amount of headway in their career.”

The sibling hit Pittsburgh tonight at The Smiling Moose for the all-ages early show, touring behind their latest effort. “Love of Mine“. I want to thank Victoriah Gabriela (Electric Guitar/Keyboards/Vocals) for taking the time to participate in this edition of First/Last.

The first album you ever bought?

First album that I bought with my own money… “Room for Squares” John Mayer.

Your last album bought?

Alt-J.

Favorite album of all time?

I can’t decide pretty much any John Mayer album except “Born and Raised”.

Least favorite/most disappointing album?

“Born and Raised” John Mayer.

First concert attended?

RUSH ‘Vapor Trails’ in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Last concert?

Phoenix, Alt J and Grouplove in Milwaukee, WI.

Favorite concert ever?

RUSH ‘Snake and Arrows Tour’ at Summerfest.

Least favorite concert?

Phantogram I like the band! I guess I just had a headache that night.

Any thoughts, experiences about Pittsburgh?

I’ve never been to Pittsburgh so I don’t know much about it. But for some reason a lot of friends from Texas love the Steelers which is weird considering its home to the Dallas Cowboys. I am really looking forward to our show at the Smiling Moose and meeting some Pittsburgh locals.

Thanks, Vic. I am am really surprised there is any Steelers love whatsoever in Texas. You would be very hard pressed to find any Cowboys affinity here at all.

Vic and Gab Official Website

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