The Union of a Man and a Woman
The Union of a Man and a Woman are three high school kids from Virginia who have been playing together since the age of twelve. Their tools of the trade are squealing static-yielding guitars, a barely legal batch of broken cymbals contained in a little red wagon, the Millenium Falcon of sound systems, and sheer youthful bravado. They bring back the best elements of the convergence of art-rock and punk in the '80s, borrowing as much from artists like
The Dead C and Glenn Branca's army of noise guitarists as they do from more vital bands like Fugazi and Big Black.
The Sound of the Union of a Man and a Woman