This 6-song, self-titled EP begins with "Tumbleweed Blues." This song features some fat guitar licks and solid work from the rhythm section. This tune is a hybrid of 70s guitar rock and blues, reminiscent of the kind of songs Lenny Kravitz used to perform. You know, when he still made good music.
"Dog Town" kicks off with a riff that is pure Carlos Santana. You know, when he still made good music. When you listen to this song, turn up the volume and just soak up the guitar. Oh, and you may want to crank it out your window so your neighbors can soak it up too.
The band tones it down for "Wildfire." The sound is rich, but not nearly as dense as in the two preceding songs. This song has a mood similar to Grandaddy.
I like this EP, but come on! Six songs? That's nothing more than a tease. These guys give heavy doses of guitar, balanced with a tight rhythm section. And while there are only six songs, each one is just packed with guitar-driven goodness. You may want to put this album on repeat because it's so short, if you only play it once, you'll barely have your air guitar warmed up by the time it's done.