The map’s creased at all the edges. On that map are little illustrations. Frankie Stubbs is wearing a raccoon hat and is holding a cocktail slightly askew. There’s also a little icon of Paul Curran doing finger flips over a picture of a sun. At arm’s length, the shape of California looks suspiciously like a slouching burrito humping Nevada from behind. What all this secret-decoder stuff means is that, as a demo, Dantien are set up right. They take cues from Leatherface, Crimpshrine, and the EastBay, but there’s enough of their own sunshine and self-awareness to keep the map just that: a template of adventures to take, not a jail cell of previously-made music to nervously pace. The compass needle’s pointing true north, intrepid explorers. Keep trailblazing your own path, get this thing mastered, and travel through Burritofornia and worlds beyond.