Radar Eyes – Miracle 7″

As far as Chicago bands go, fuzz-rockers RADAR EYES almost seem as if they are overlooked. That shouldn’t be the case any longer after their new 7″ on Hozac and if that’s any indication, their upcoming LP will be just as promising.

“Miracle” is a two song 7″ that totally exceeds expectations, with epic sized guitar hooks that will sweep you up in their gritty, glowing goodness. The guitars sound tightly woven and concentrated as they plow on through with their sharp complexion, rolling straight on through jangly swirls until the song reaches its fiery culminating point right around the two minute mark. Once that happens you will have a hard time ignoring the explosive ambiance that engulfs just about everything, leaving you in a hazy daze as you quickly make a dash for the repeat button. That being said, the poppy and upbeat B-side “Me and My Dogs” only makes you wish their new album got here that much quicker. Looks like we might have to sit tight just a little while longer on that one, so be patient and listen to these songs below for now!

Miracle –

Me and My Dogs –

My Rating: 8/10
Genre/ Tags: Noise Rock, Pop, Psychedelic
Miracle 7″: Tracklist:
1.) Miracle
2.) Me and My Dogs

BUY the 7″ directly from Insound – limited to 500 !
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