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Sneaks’ “Highway Hypnosis” Is The Kind Of Record Club Basements Were Made For

by BUST Magazine


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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