This is really good! Take elements of ‘80s alternative rock/psyche bands like Spacemen 3, add a touch of ‘90s shoegaze and a healthy mix of fuzzed-out garage rock, and you might have something close to The Scrap Dealers. It’s nearly flawless in its execution of mixing all of these elements while keeping the songs catchy enough to stick in your head. This is the type of sound that The Black Lips or Thee Oh Sees aspire to capture but can’t seem to get it right. I can’t stop listening to this, and actually I don’t really want to stop. Good stuff. 

 –Mark Twistworthy (Jaune Orange,