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EP

by Mancie

Imagine the bastard step child that might have hatched from a threesome sexcapade between AC/DC, the Pretenders and Nirvana and you've got an idea of their sound.
Genre: Rock: Grunge
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1. So Well
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2. Say Say
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3. Don't Even Try
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4. Second Best
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mancie, led by Andrea Fischman, the singer, guitarist and songwriter, has always liked to do things differently. "My creative heroes are Kurt Cobain, Chrissy Hynde, David Bowie and Annie Leibovitz," she says. While her high school friends were at the mall, Andrea was playing her guitar on the streets of Boston where she grew up and made money playing her songs for passersby. While still in high school Mancie was offered a record deal with a major label distributed by Fort Apache Records on the basis of a single, incendiary live show.

Andrea has taken her act to the streets of the world busking in cities such as Prague, Rome, Paris and Barcelona. Moving to New York City, Fischman reformed Mancie with the current line up featuring Alex Cardoza on bass and Mark Feldman on drums. Imagine the bastard step child that might have hatched from a threesome sexcapade between AC/DC, the Pretenders and Nirvana and you've got an idea of their sound. Onstage, MANCIE is highly charged and alive with passion!

Their self titled 4 song EP is available here.


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Lucid Culture

Mancie Proves That Real Rock & Roll Still Exists in Williamsburg
Good old-fashioned garage-punk rock from…Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Proof that good things sometimes rear their heads in the most unlikely places. The titles of the songs on Mancie’s new ep reflect how they’re written – they keep ‘em simple and nasty. Singer/guitarist Andrea Montgomery delivers them with an uneasy, impassioned voice: it’s clear that she means business, all the more so because she doesn’t go completely over the top. What she holds in reserve is the scary part. The first song, the riff-rocking So Well blends tasty layers of guitar, mixing distortion and wah tones. Track two, Say Say works off a growling four-note riff a la the Detroit Cobras, with a sweet, noisy guitar breakdown mid-song: “I want to say (SAY!) we’re going nowhere,” Montgomery sardonically reminds.
The quavery wah solo straight out of the Ron Asheton playbook, 1969, is priceless. Mancie sounds like they’d be a lot of fun live!