Bonehead self-describes as “trashed pop,” and I hear it: this EP sounds like if the Shangri-Las smoked weed or Dolly Mixture on downers. Though these brief, bare-bones pop songs conjure girl-group harmonies, Bonehead is in fact one Alexandra Lee, who writes, plays, and produces. “Take out the Trash” is even fuzzy enough to recall the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, but with Waitresses-style deadpan vocals. The whole record is a dream; perfect music for being a girl and doing drugs. Highly recommended (to even the sober non-girls). –Lyle (Ms.45,