Amid the narrow aisles of a cramped video store in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, The Marías are in their happy place. Dressed entirely in black attire, producer/multi-instrumentalist Josh Conway and singer María Zardoya are peak summer goths in the city. They’re a little intimidating at first — perhaps it’s their sleek looks — but it’s all for appearances. Their demeanor, in fact, does not reflect their choice of clothing.
“The sensation of opening up one of these tapes!” exclaims Zardoya on a sticky afternoon. The crowded rows of VHS in the shop are packed with early 2000s favorites like Blue Crush, Honey and The Sweetest Thing.
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