What began as frontman Drew Auscherman’s solo ambient project, Hoops ultimately became a quartet in 2014. Named for hoop houses in the greenhouses which Auscherman used to work in high school, Hoops draw on influences from Prefab Sprout and The Clientele, and recall the idea of breezy afternoons and sticky summer nights in both name and sound. The fuzzy, summer-primed Hoops EP follows the band’s first releases, Tapes #1-3.
released August 26, 2016
Recorded & Mixed by: Hoops (April, May 2016)
Mastered by: Carl Saff
Art by: Jenna Beasley
You made my June. I'm not really sure why I love your music so much, but it's just really inspiring that you turned all of these things that happened to you into these jams and ballads. You're brave to process your life and ideas through music and put them out here. I guess many musicians are, but for some reason I didn't really think of it that way until I heard this album. break.light
This record has been a go to for when stress and anxieties are reaching unbearable limits, for when life is alright, and for when first kisses with somebody new have me soaring, it's like celebrating life with the ones I love in my life out on my grandparents farmhouse, cozy but roomy, comfort and killer tunes washing over me. Definitely one of my favorite records period skifigirl27