Influenced by rock, disco and electronic music, childhood friends James Bohannon (vocals), Conor Cook (guitar) and Nils Varnderlip (synths) began making music together as the indie act VHS Collection just a few years ago right here in NYC. Their sound is “a little dark, fun, dance-y,” Bohannon told DuJour. “We’re able to filter pop-nuance through the VHS sound, but we have a good combination between dark vocals, synth and guitar.” After releasing several singles on streaming sites, they started performing live, winning over increasingly larger crowds with their energetic stage performances. The group’s EP Stereo Hype (stream it below) arrived last year and VHS Collection (above, doing “Ghost” at The Bowery Ballroom) say a full-length is on the way. But in the meantime, they return to Music Hall of Williamsbur on Thursday night. And local duo Eighty Ninety open the show.