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Chicago’s Radar Eyes are equal parts jangle-pop, shoegaze, psychedelia, and garage. If that’s not tantalizing enough for you, we also point out a few (albeit brief) moments of gritty punk edge, which erupt at critical moments on this debut full-length. The quartet excels at atmospheric constructs, layering glinting, gurgling keyboard notes over billowing My Bloody Valentine guitar washes, weaving reverb-dipped guitar jangle into an ominous bass line, and topping churchly, ‘60s-flavored organs with crisp tambourine notes and thumping floor toms. Opening with the rousing stomper “In Love,” the record moves through poppier terrain on “Miracle” and “I Am” (a tune deftly blending pop and shoegaze), barrels through garage-punk fumes on tracks like “Bear Bee” and “Secrets,” and brings on a Brian Jonestown Massacre daze with “Disconnection” and “Summer Chills.” Radar Eyes set the wayback machine to “gloom” on the album closer, “Side of the Road,” evoking both Ian Curtis and Suicide; the tune is a fine, dramatic exit from 35 minutes of exquisitely balanced melodic haze and feral rock ’n’ roll.

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Great Album

One of my favorites of 2012, check these guys out!


Formed: 2007 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Blending elements of '60s psychedelic and garage, '70s art rock, and '80s new wave and post-punk, Radar Eyes crafts a modern noise pop sound all their own. Guitarist/singers Nathan Luecking and Anthony Cozzi, along with drummer Shelley Zawadzki, previously of noise punkers Night of the Hunter, formed the band in Chicago in late 2007 along with bassist Kenny Rasmussen, previously of No Funeral (though Luecking and Rasmussen have since left the band, replaced by guitarist Russ Calderwood and bassist...
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