Who is ready for a film noir soundtrack-infused, twanging 60’s, Spanish-vibed, cannibal surf-punk instrumental? That should get your attention. Those don’t come along too often, so you should wholeheartedly embrace songs like “Soylent Seafoam Green,” the new one from Guitarmy of One when they blip on the radar of special and interesting things.

And there is lots to love here, so take your pick. The slightly Tex Mex feeling, the surfer vibes, the fact that the track delivers the…

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