Brooklyn's Grooms Have a New Album and a Distinctive Take on Today's Sound

New York Press | October 15, 2009
The band doesn't quite fit in with the current, decidedly '60s and '70s signifiers of indie rock cool. "Sometimes people will listen to our music and say, 'It’s kind of '90s, and it reminds me of Pavement,' and I really don't think it does. We sometimes worry that we're out of step with the trend."

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