Sugar-coated pop-punk from Mike Downey of Wolfie and Mathlete. By “Sugar” I mean the stuff that candy’s made of, but I guess the band Sugar could work too. Both sides of this clear LP are at 45 RPM, so you’re not going to expect anything other than tight, succint songs here. The vocals tend to be high-pitched (think Doug Martsch), and the guitars are crunchy and riff-happy. Some of the vocal melodies and guitar textures bring to mind ’90s Weezer, but with a generally higher tempo. I’m not in too much of a mood for ’90s-sounding rock these days, but Superchunk fans should be totally into this.