The Megajoos don’t take themselves too seriously and you shouldn’t either. The Nashville, Tennessee duo takes a heavily distorted bass and drums and often pairs it with falsetto vocals. The bass simulates a guitar sound but holds the low end throughout. “Dominos” details a dream career and “Sex, Money, Power, Yes!” shows the group getting lost in a loose groove. The band reassures you on “Always Turn It Up Way Too Loud” that it is alright to listen to butt rock even though the Megajoos are far from it. The record is a tongue-in-cheek, fun affair and the songs are good enough to make the album stay in your regular rotation.
Key Track: “Master Blaster”