Roomrunner performing live in 2012, as seen in a video still.
|Origin||Baltimore, Maryland, USA|
|Genres||Noise Rock, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock|
|Labels||Fan Death Records|
|Associated acts||Cleat, Lip|
|Past members||Sam Garrett
Roomrunner is a noise rock group from Baltimore, Maryland, fronted by Denny Bowen, formerly of Double Dagger, Yukon, and The Dan Deacon Ensemble. The group also includes prominent Baltimore recording engineer Dan Frome on bass. Past members have included Bowen's one-time Yukon band mate Sam Garrett, Dugan Nash, and John Jones, who went on to join Dope Body. To date, they have released a cassette tape and an EP on Fan Death Records and have toured North America, playing with the likes of Dan Deacon, Future of the Left, and METZ. Roomrunner's sound has been described as "a conscious effort to revive the fuzz and feedback-laden churn of early-1990s indie rock. . . [but] theirs is a more ebullient take on the genre."
- Ideal Cities LP, Fan Death Records, 2013
Singles and EPs
- S/T Cassette, Fan Death Records, 2011
- Super Vague 12" EP, Fan Death Records, 2012
- Roomrunner: Super Vague http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/16607-roomrunner-super-vague/
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