Not immediately catching, but like the feeling you’re left with after your best friend goes home after a sleep over, you’ll flip it over and over, anticipating the needle drop as much as the next friendship overnighter. Open and warm, an LP to float through the window leading to the porch on a sun-beaten summer day. Not breezy tunes, but tight music made by and for tight friends. Harkens to early ‘90s Gainesville or Midwest basement shows. Unafraid to get weird, get dirty, or put their heart on the line. Take this album to your next grill and chill punk party.
–Matt Seward (Salinas, salinasrecords.com)