You'll be forgiven for not being able to keep track of all the latest and greatest on the burgeoning lo-fi indie rock scene. But Woods is one band to pay attention to. It has an appealingly laid-back sound that's equally jangly and jammy. While the pinched, squeaky vocals may be a turnoff to some, they fit in with the subdued tunes, floating innocuously on top. Throw in a few fuzzy guitar solos, and you have something that's just the right amount of ramshackle, weird and catchy.
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