Pavement and Dinosaur Jr. This kind of laid-back approach to creating an album really shines through in the actual content of Sun Club as well. The songs tend to be all over the place, exhibiting a sense of youthful experimentation within each. Guitars are loud and in your face one moment, only to be more suppressed and law-abiding the next moment. By this of course I am referring to the push and pull of their explosions of musical energy alongside subdued riffs; many of the tracks on the album contain a frantic build-up followed by a exhaling release. To get a sense of what I'm talking about, check out a favorite "Spring Diamond" below. Further listening can be heard on their Bandcamp.