Indie pop trio Regal Degal shaped in Brooklyn in ’09 2009, comprising singer/guitarist Josh da Costa, drummer Jamen Whitelock, and bassist Josiah Wolfson. The group primarily had a tough, noisy, experimental rock and roll sound similar to ’70s Krautrock aswell as the artier part of early-’80s NY post-punk. This year 2010, the group’s debut documenting, Format Well worth, a 40-minute cassette of messy, mainly instrumental experiments, premiered in an incredibly limited release by Brooklyn-based RVNG Intl. The group’s 1st vinyl launch was 2011’s Speckled Fruits EP on Roti Information, which exposed the band’s pop sensibility as seriously motivated by New Zealand’s Soaring Nun label, and included a 19-tiny noise-rock jam for the record’s B-side. The group relocated to LA and started collaborating with Jimi Hey, known for his use Beachwood Sparks, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Cup Candy, and many other rings. The band’s audio became even more lush and large, as they had been no longer limited to cramped Brooklyn practice studios. Debut full-length Veritable Who’s Who made an appearance in 2012 on Post Present Moderate. The group transferred back again to Brooklyn and emerged in touch with Chris Taylor of Grizzly Keep, who agreed upon Regal Degal to his imprint Terrible Information. The group toured with Grizzly Keep in 2013, and released the 12″ EP Pyramid Bricks, which included five songs which range from hazy garage area pop to drum machine-heavy post-punk disco. Regal Degal’s second record, Not Today, co-produced by Taylor in Brooklyn and Berlin, appeared on Terrible Information in-may of 2015, carrying on their sonic progression into sleekly created however hazy psych-pop.