NY City’s Ocean Ray brew a provocative mixture of indie pop, space rock and roll, and common psychedelia that pieces the band in addition to the scene’s slew of post-punk revivalists. Blessed in the past due-’90s in Brooklyn, the group released their eponymous debut in 1997, accompanied by an EP made by Tobin Sprout (Led By Voices) in 1999. The group distributed the stage with such luminaries as the Cathedral and Yo La Tengo, ultimately launching the Revelry EP in 2001 towards the joy of critics and university radio. As their regional popularity grew therefore do their stage present, which now highlighted complicated film and video projections. After getting regional and worldwide acclaim, the today fully produced sextet — cellist Anne Brewster, drummer Colin Brooks, bass participant I-Huei Move, keyboardist Jeff Sheinkopf, guitarist Greg Zinman, and vocalist/guitarist Jordan Warner — started focus on their initial full-length record. Superstars at Noon premiered in the summertime of 2003 over the Self-Starter Base label.