Bizarro-Pop from Oklahoma, Garage Punk from Chicago
I got another podcast and the annual CNQ/Adam Holtz team-up in the works.
I go through phases. HC, grindcore, metal, garage punk, etc. Sometimes one genre or another appeals to me more than another. Sometimes I'll discover something I never heard before, wetcore or some shit, and be into that for a little while. Sometimes I get to feeling that everything sounds like everything else. Then something surprises me and I am reborn.
This Bizarro-Pop is super-cool, from northwest Oklahoma. My frame of reference for this is No-Rave a la Simo Soo, and Dan Deacon type stuff, I dunno what else sounds like this, but I guess they're referencing someone if it's not those guys. Really into this:
Raw garage punk from Chicago: