I know that I have tipped the hand of my bias (and I'll tip it further-- I myself supplied the cover art), but I say this with complete conviction and sincerity after bracing self-reflection: these two songs are fantastic.
The first track, "Summer Storm," produced in collaboration with a Mr. Boogie Reverie, is a sparkling jewel of 60's pop with crumbling edges-- the naiveté and baroque tinge of Buffalo Springfield or Left Banke by way of the oddball, just-off-center and out-of-time pop sensibility of someone like Eddie Callahan:
The second (in collaboration with another venerable Gang member, Sid Martin, who does some phenomenal work here), is a sexy night drive, on patrol in the land of Robocop: "Changing Lights." Like "Tusk" filtered through the pilot episode of Miami Vice, but even better than that sounds:
This is some great "now sound," friends. I hope you get down and into it, pump it into your own zippy little flash car and make it go.
Check out Flash Car's bandcamp to download the tracks at name-your-price. You can't lose with a deal like that. Have a good day on this day.
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