A Weird Tuesday Record Review:

‘Buzzer’ opens with a double shot of such giddy hard garage rock that it probably isn’t until the track “Stray” that you realize just how clever these guys are. The heavy surf rock may contain wisps of early Elvis Costello, and yet the song is anything but simple with its multiple layers and parts. And so the gig is up — No Goods may display the outward appearance (or sound?) of a DIY punk band but they are actually careful lyricists and vocal arrangers, and they favour songs with some complexity to their structure. Yes, they are uncompromisingly heavy, and they express themselves in terms of rockabilly, hard americana, rollicking punk, and psych rock, but they are true artists who incorporate those extras that elevate good music into great music.