There's clearly something different about Reptar and the way they approach making music as the rapid fire reggae pace doesn't droop at any point.
While Body Faucet should be a warm and joyous album, it’s rather dry and airless instead.
The potential is undoubtedly there, but Reptar’s debut album suffers badly from the band’s chaotic approach, as well as Ulicny’s occasionally grating vocals.
Reptar uses their debut Body Faucet as a vat in which to hastily dump the past five years of top shelf indie into some kind of frat party-stoking jungle juice.
In the grand scheme of things, there’s no reason for Reptar to exist.