/263 - clear w/ black smoke
/160 - grey marble
/110 - 180g black
(20 test presses)
The newest addition to the Topshelf roster, Brooklyn-by-way-of-Boston's Infinity Girl might not yet be on your radar, but we've got a hunch that'll change after you hear their new album. Harm is rooted in shoegaze — but is less "wall of sound" and more "fuzzy dream pop". Cassette released by Disposable America. For fans of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Yuck, The Swirlies or The Pixies.
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TSR133. Released August 28, 2015