“That Someone” showed us that Elk City was able, and more than willing, to emulate the artier end of the New York punk scene. “Your Time Doesn’t Exist” shows that you can’t tie the band down to just one style. If they want to go wandering through psychedelic pastures and along more accessible indie meets retro pop paths towards something that, say, 10,000 Maniacs or, in its more drifting and dreamy moments, perhaps Jefferson Airplane would have fought you to have in their back catalog, you should let them….

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