Beginning in Philadelphia in late 2007, U.S. Girls was the name Meghan Remy gave her then—abrasive solo project. Armed with a gigantic reel-to-reel tape machine, Remy's earliest performances included tape recordings of primitive percussion and vocal performances both aggressive and darkly moody. This early phase resulted in two albums released on the Siltbreeze label, 2008's Introducing and 2010's Go Grey, as well as numerous 7" singles, cassettes, and CD-Rs on small labels. In this time Remy toured the U.S. and Europe extensively, lugging her only sometimes functional reel-to-reel around and sometimes traveling via Greyhound bus.
Photo Credit—Meg Remy