'Welfare Jazz' is the kind of album you can expect but you can't predict. There's so much music infusion, post-punk get me excited the most. Their sound is sure as hell interesting and involving, I can also talk about the production which is the part that I have the more to say about. The record have a particular rhythm but the tracks are on their own, most instrumentals have some sort of cohesion, some others are a little messy, perhaps a little more refinement could've made them better. I dig the sax, the guitars, the synths working in their passe, and the vocals complimentaring, all in one the overall is satisfying.