The Seattle garage-punks return with a swift lively and funny album. But there’s also growing restlessness in their approach to songwriting, trying out new methods and seeing what works for them
Douglas Martin has listened to enough Tribe Called Quest to know that things work in cycles. Repeat — the debut record from Seattle garage-punk trio Wimps — begins with an occupied bed and an alarm clock that wasn’t set the previous evening. With three blaring chords and Rachel Ratner’s bratty bleat, it doesn’t take much […]