While at first glance the name may conjure up an image of ‘Volleyball teams and cheerleading squads’ as suggested by 20jazzfunkgreats, others read a military connotation – some kind of legendary all female American crack squad. Whatever the impression, the first listen suggests a divergent story. In truth, U.S. Girls is the creative force of a lone American woman, Meghan Remy.

In 2008, Remy began recording her solo project at home, surrounding herself with a myriad of different instruments and equipment: microphones, a busted drum machine, a failing four-track, an old reel-to-reel player and other less-than-cutting-edge electronic devices. She has pursued minimalist aesthetic with a militant by-any-means-necessary attitude, merging her experimental compositions with her distinctive photocopy-art visual aesthetic to deliver starkly defined statement LP’s like her debut ‘Introducing’ & sophomore ‘Go Grey’ on Siltbreeze Records.