Whilst we’re far past the stage where anything fuzzy sounds exciting, this bedroom pop still manages to get the pulse racing. Made up of ‘Jenny, Benny, Andy’, the trio are what would shamelessly be labelled lo-fi, but that’s probably more a budgetary decision than an aesthetic one. It’s frantic, with more focus placed on keeping the tempo and energy up than keeping a tune, which is precisely where the priorities lay when a group sound like they’ve been re-recorded from a heavily used cassette, which is probably how they go about making their self-released tapes in the first place.
‘Good to be true’ is undoubtedly their best track, something reflected by the fact it’s featured 3 times on their myspace player. I’s about as good as anything Woodsist have put out, which is as high of a compliment as anyone can give to a ‘garage/psyche’ band, and it’s been rewarded with a digital 7″ release, however that works. The b-side, called ‘the day I was a horse’ is good too, in a Moldy Peaches kind of way. Certainly worth a download.