Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Ethereal/crunchy alternative rock
Disbanded—only release, My Diva ep (1992)
The Ectophiles' Guide entry for Juned, a band Claudia Groom was in following My Diva
Juned, Her Majesty the Baby, Kittywinder
Claudia Groom was the leading singer/songwriter on this, and so the music sounds much like the Juned albums, particularly Every Night For You which she had the strongest hand in writing. The band combines ethereal vocals with a driving, dominant, guitar sound. (Neile)
Recommended first album:
My Diva ep
My Diva ep (1992)
My Diva ep
1992—Manna, 915 E. Pine Suite 122, Seattle, WA 98122, U.S.A.—medep01
Out of print—available used in the Seattle area
Claudia Groom—guitar, voice
I loved this from the first time I heard it—delightful guitar sound with lovely vocals. Very much a precursor to Juned's, Every Night For You, which is one of my favourite indie rock albums ever. There are only three songs on this ep, but they're all longish (5:48, 6:14, and 10:15). Sometimes a little drifty and dreamy, but always in motion. (Neile)
Claudia Groom and Christine Roskam also worked on Dale Lloyd's After the Flood project.
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