Unsacred Hearts / Man In Gray
Genres: indie rock, garage rock
63 N.3rd St. #407
Brooklyn NY 11211
July 25 - 31 2005
Delicious. Two songs each from two seriously wicked bands - what
more is there to life? I'll start off with Unsacred Hearts,
because I reviewed their gnarly debut album a short while back.
This 7" sees them playing more of their deliciously edgy garage
rock, heavy on memorable riffs and solid melodies. The explosive
"Do You Like Spy Movies?" takes the cake with its
outrageous, upfront style, though "The End is Near" is still
an above average slab of indie rock. The Man In Gray
side, meanwhile, is comprised of fem-fronted punky garage rock.
"Thirty-Six" is a rough and wild romp that's sort of like Sleater-Kinney
with a more garagey edge; the same could be said about
"Hoboken," whose chant-along chorus makes it the better of
the two songs. This is recommended.
4 tracks, distributed by the
label, released 2005]