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Brooklyn band Grooms' forthcoming album Infinity Caller is out next month and the band is prepping for its release with "I Think We're Alone Now." The swirling track has also gotten visual treatment…   Read Story »
It's ten years since Michael Azerrad first published his defining DIY '80s scene portrait Our Band Could Be Your Life, which covered an independent music culture that changed irrevocably a decade…   Read Story »
Top to bottom five-band blowout at Market Hotel Saturday night, the DIY space packed tight in time for the opening band's 8:30 set, because 1) everybody had just spent two days locked inside at the…   Read Story »
As far as full-on noon-to-2AM marathon set hunting goes, Wednesday's spread won't be topped this year. In addition to bringing us memorable sets from two bands we'll be watching much more closely in…   Read Story »
Brooklyn post-Muggabears trio Grooms shoved a number of guitar angles into their SY-inflected noise-pop anthem "Dreamsucker" (and a lot of feedback into their cover of Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game").…   Read Story »
Brooklyn noise-pop trio Grooms releases Rejoicer via Death By Audio in October. We thought energetic lead track "Dreamsucker" evoked Sonic Youth. This previously unreleased cover of "Wicked Game"…   Read Story »
Brooklyn noise-pop trio Grooms releases Rejoicer via Death By Audio in October. We thought energetic lead track "Dreamsucker" evoked Sonic Youth. This previously unreleased cover of "Wicked Game"…   Read Story »
The Brooklyn trio Grooms used to be called Muggabears, but changed their name just in time to release the 10-song Rejoicer on Death By Audio's label this fall. The energetic and everywhere lead track…   Read Story »