Midnight Plus One is alt-pysch-drenched, surfy, post-punk, which I personally love. What really makes it shine is the simple, beautiful guitar shimmering atop—both fluid and simultaneously bound tight. Frontwoman Casey Cooks reminds me of Katie Alice Glass from the Priests, albeit softer and more refined. Both songs “Like Camera” and “White Flowers” start out with a subtle throb that builds, progresses, and then spills over into a full out jam. This is my first introduction to Midnight Plus One, so I’m not familiar their song layouts, but I find this incredibly satisfying. Solid. Part of a Singles Club release from North Carolina label Negative Fun.
–Camylle Reynolds (Negative Fun)