Another bout of greased goodness out of the Allah-Las today. The band has made a conscious shift from the more laconic, sun-drenched jams of their earlier works into a more fried vision of pop. Taking aim at the late-night, sour-stomach sway of Eno, Ivers, and Cale, the band brushes away the sand and breeze of their past, though that doesn’t mean they’ve lost their looseness. In fact, the record might be as loose as they’ve ever sounded. “Right On Time” is a slouched leather lounger that stares at the night sky with a wonder that wobbles between numbness and euphoria and there’s much more where that came from on the upcoming Zuma 85. The new record is out October 13th from Innovative Leisure.
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