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Highway Hypnosis



Highway Hypnosis is the kind of record that club basements were made for. The experimental songs are quick—tailored for those who like a clear beat and have a short attention span. A few tracks sound somewhat predictable, but the collections takes a turn halfway through. In "Money Don't Grow On Trees," Sneaks (aka D.C.'s Eva Moolchan) repeats the title line over an eclectic mash-up of synth and percussion, creating a hook of sorts. The overall effect of the album is interesting ati-pop, though some might find the experience a bit distant and chilly. 3/5

Highway Hypnosis is out January 25, 2019.


By Claire McKinzie

This piece originally appeared in the January/February 2019 print edition of BUST Magazine. Subscribe today!

Top photo: "Highway Hypnosis" album cover via Sneaks' Bandcamp

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