Opening song "Ram Jam" takes '60s retro and surf pop, washes it in dark tones, and then tosses it in your face with attitude. Perhaps none of those elements are new, but the combination and execution here deserve accolades. Next up is "Hot Under The Habit", a surging post punk tune with a dominant bass line. "Spiders" has a bit of a middle eastern surf vibe reminiscent of regional guitar hero Dick Dale. The EP closes with my second favorite song on the EP, the California-country shaded "Nest" (a cover of an old song written by Darby Slick). This EP is a tasty treat indeed -- it sounds great and promises great stuff in the future from this trio. Enjoy a couple of tracks below, and hit the Bandcamp link for a full stream and ordering information.
Bandcamp for EP