Great split from Memphis legend and new kids. Jay has a strange ‘70s rock feel to his “Let It All Go,” as in less punk, more rock, sing more than scream, “it’s too lAAAte” radio friendly. Along with his other new 45s, Jay has a collection of lighter songs to party to that are still fun, just more friendly. Boston Chinks continue to impress me after their last 45. They pump out tight rock that feels new and exciting, but it keeps to traditional rock’n’roll themes of get in there, do your business, and leave. Chinks play with Jay on his solo tour, which should be some of the best shows of the year.
–mike (P. Trash)