Tampa Bay's Greymarket glams it up with album Some Orbits Will Never Decay

Some Orbits Will Never Decay

GreyMarket

(MySpace.com/greymarket)

Tampa laptop rockers GreyMarket have spent the past two years mashing computer geekery, synthy glam goodness and drum/guitar gruffness to create one of the more fascinating dance-floor sounds in the area. The duo's new full-length, Some Orbits Will Never Decay (S.O.W.N.D) features propulsive, high-gloss rock numbers like "Hey Mr. Spaceman," which really should be an Ybor City staple by this point. Overall, Greymarket's songs would largely sound robotic, albeit grabby, if it weren't for the warm, unprocessed vocals of singer/guitarist/programmer L Cave McCoy and Mike Gargiulo's smackdown drumming. Then again, are there any points to be awarded these days for pop music actually sounding, y'know, human? 3 stars

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