LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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This is going to cost you. I cannot give you an answer, only possibilities.
A record has grooves. That is where the needle goes. Perhaps the name of the group uses "groove" as a reference to music.
A groove is also something like "uma boa". It's a good mood, a good feeling, etc. A groovy person is someone who is nice, pleasant, etc. Um cara legal. (This is very old slang,maybe from the 1960s.) I remember bits of lyrics from those years that say something about "working on a groovy feeling" and "everything is groovy".
Coverage is like cobertura in the newspaper or journalism sense.
Now, you put them together and what do you get? Well, you get a name that doesn't seem to make much sense. However, many group names make little sense. How about the Jefferson Airplane? The Iron Butterfly?
As I said, all I can do is offer you some possibilites, not an answer.
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