Oddments is more a mixture of the garage and psychedelic rock that the band had been playing across their prior albums.
The opener features keys reminiscent of late 60s psych rock like The Doors or The Zombies, which works quite well.
Stressin, one of the most faded and lofi tracks on the album, shows a more lyrical and comfortable side of the band that becomes more apparent as the album progresses. Vegemite is a fun, catchy, and upbeat song carried by a prominent yet simple drum line. It's Got ... read more