Guitarists Kate Biggar and Wayne Rogers have been making music together since the late ’80s. Through three bands—first Crystalized Movements (which Rogers started in his teens), then Magic Hour and now as Major Stars—these Boston-area shimmer twins have kept to a reliable formula: Find a sturdy rhythm section to support their solar-flare leads (Rogers) and keening sheets of noise (Biggar), and create unfailingly intense and melodic psychedelic rock.