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GreyMarket / Press

“GreyMarket | Taking Intimacy to a Whole New Level Intimacy during rock ’n’ roll shows isn’t easily created. Many factors play into the effect: the size of the venue, the fans and their eclectic mix of attitude and beer coursing through their veins and, most importantly, the artists on stage pouring their hearts out through song—laying it all out while raking fingers across guitars, pounding their drums, singing into the mic with eyes closed. Tampa’s GreyMarket spilled their hearts out for fans at Cicero’s on Friday, March 25, establishing a personal relationship with those in attendance, then leaving them in a dreamlike haze, anticipating more music to come.”

“ALBUM REVIEW – GreyMarket – Some Orbits Will Never Decay Hailing from Tampa, Florida, GreyMarket, comprised of duo Cave McCoy and Michael Gargiulo, take great strides in shedding many of the preconceptions of space-themed rock. Rock bands utilizing sci-fi aesthetics within their lyrics tend to go one of two routes: either dense lyrical dramas spanning across entire albums a la Coheed and Cambria, or kitschy playful electronics that could accompany Saturday morning cartoons and a bowl of Frosted Flakes. GreyMarket masterfully manages to avoid both of these tropes in their second album, Some Orbits Will Never Decay, to create an engaging sound that may reach for the stars, but remains grounded enough to create a cohesive listen.”

“Electronic two-piece from Tampa delivers powerful performance on latest album ‘Some Orbits Will Never Decay’ GreyMarket is a two-member band that will be performing in Birmingham at the Nick on March 24th. The duo hails from Tampa, Florida and specializes in electronic rock. When seeing the album art for “Some Orbits Will Never Decay” for the first time, the listener will feel as if they are going to be experiencing a futuristic sound with a modern twist which is misleading in a positive sense. GreyMarket succeeds in what other bands tend to fail at: abundant originality. Their sound is highly addictive without reinventing the wheel. The first four tracks of “Some Orbits Will Never Decay” will hook new listeners into the appealing tempo set early in the album.”

“GreyMarket to play The Nick Electronic two-piece from Tampa delivers powerful performance on latest album ‘Some Orbits Will Never Decay’ GreyMarket is a two-member band that will be performing in Birmingham at the Nick on March 24th. The duo hails from Tampa, Florida and specializes in electronic rock. When seeing the album art for “Some Orbits Will Never Decay” for the first time, the listener will feel as if they are going to be experiencing a futuristic sound with a modern twist which is misleading in a positive sense. GreyMarket succeeds in what other bands tend to fail at: abundant originality. Their sound is highly addictive without reinventing the wheel. The first four tracks of “Some Orbits Will Never Decay” will hook new listeners into the appealing tempo set early in the album. The opening track “Lightyear Song” is one of the albums most recognizable with an instantly enjoyable ratio of tempo.”