When TIM COHEN told SHAYDE SARTIN he was writing a song called "Be My Hooker," the FRESH & ONLYS’ bassist looked at the singer / guitarist and said, "'There's no way we're gonna have a song with that title, dude.'" But Sartin explains, "Sure enough, he laid a riff down and I was like, 'Jesus Christ, I can't believe you pulled something meaningful out of such a stupid line.'" Welcome to the push/pull dynamic that's fueled the Fresh & Onlys' steady stream of releases over the past year. With so much music hitting shops in such a short time, one might think the band has a problem with quality control. Quite the contrary; Sartin and Cohen are very careful about what they release. The final mix of Grey-Eyed Girls sounds like a natural bridge between the raucous garage rock of the group's debut and the full-on studio record they plan on wrapping for In The Red later this year. Received a 7.5 rating from Pitchfork.