Dance-y indie rock played with punk sincerity, speed, and nervous energy. Six catchy songs with interesting shit like acoustic breaks, reggae beats, and Joy Division synths mixed in seamlessly. The Cars’s first LP used to be known as the new wave album that punks liked, and the punk record owned by the normals. Blueberry Fist could build a similar bridge between the DIY scene and bourgie indie fans. I bet that if these guys came to your town, they’d get the crowd to boogie, then hang out afterwards and make friends with everybody.
–CT Terry (Self-released)