On their sophomore album Places to Hide, the Portland-via-New Mexico garage-punks Low Culture play fast and loud and fuzzy, but they keep the hooks coming. Low Culture have found a home on Dirtnap Records, the great garage-rock label that’s been putting out music from bands like Mind Spiders and Radioactivity. And while Low Culture sound like a DIY punk band, with all the dirty fidelity levels and buzzy guitar sounds that might imply, they also write tight and mean and structured songs. The new LP is a whole lot of fun, and you can stream it below.
Places To Hide is out now on Dirtnap, and you can buy it from Bandcamp.