Irata, Gray Young, Gods of Harvest, It's Just Vanity | The Pinhook | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Irata, Gray Young, Gods of Harvest, It's Just Vanity 

When: Thu., July 8, 9 p.m. 2010
Price: $5

It's an evening for moody, taut music. The bill's headlined by a pair of propulsive, widescreen instrumental acts, Irata and Gray Young. Greensboro trio Irata brings a menacing, muscular sound that leaves bruises, built around heavy, undulating rhythms and serrated plumes of guitar. It's interspersed with moments of quietude, which serve only to make the rest more punishing. Gray Young has similar sinew, but its arrangements aren't as lumbering or lingering. A typical song lasts less than four minutes and possesses a melodic core that warms the entire composition. Opener It's Just Vanity makes dreamy math rock, while Gods of Harvest's pretty, vocal-driven indie pop is the anomaly. —Chris Parker



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