This is the debut album from the Williamsburg, Brooklyn's own Grooms released on vinyl for the first time. "The '90s indie rock lashings of Grooms, add a reminder to dust off your Polvo/Sonic Youth LPs(Stereogum)". Emily and Travis spawned from the Death By Audio scene, where A Place To Bury Strangers' main frontman, Oliver, runs his pedal business, studio, and all ages loft parties out of. Joined by Jim(previously with Marnie Stern) on drums, Grooms make some of the prettiest music imaginable while leaking out strong 90's American influences all over the album. You can hear traces of Pavement, Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr. and Sebadoh within each underlining track.
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