Six track demo from this new Minneapolis group featuring recent transplant Candice (Patsy, Mystic Inane) and a cast of players from groups like Uranium Club and Aquarium. Groove Domestic Product have a varied sound that's based around simple note+chord progressions and minimal distortion or technical moves. I can definitely see the early Rough Trade catalogue being an influence, maybe even some 90's Creation Records-flavored stuff. It's a very open sound, one that's rugged enough to remain punk-rooted but embraces some indie/no wave moves that are fairly interesting and applied in a non-formulaic fashion. Hard to pin down what GDP is doing right, other than creating original rock music. The only minus here is the lack of lyrics or much other info on the group. Cleta-Patra Records.