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Space Car / Press

“I hear the acoustics and the crowd participation and I immediately go crazy, This track is very organic and I love it. The Street-pop group Space Car, hails from Boise, Idaho and in their latest track “Lets go 2 a show,” they’re inviting a girl to a show and performed so well they even got a kiss. This track is something original you can vibe to. Clap”

“Though Space Car sings that its songs "really aren't that bad," I'd argue some of them are actually quite good.”

“Anyway, when I do find something that makes me laugh and let go, I think I appreciate it all the more. When I listened to local band Space Car's debut album, I laughed so hard that I worried a little about crashing my car (I was driving at the time). I appreciated that. Space Car can tickle your funny bone a few different ways. If you want some straight-up goofiness, try "Pamelama," a Flight of the Conchords-esque ode to Pamela Anderson and Dita Von Teese's panties, or the extraterrestrial cuckolded rage of "Man From Mars." If you want something with a little more bite, you can go with the winningly callow kiss-off "Baby Yo Breff Stank" ("To top it all off, baby, you don't have red hair!") or the jauntily lovelorn "Fine Fine Fine." The gleefully absurd intergalactic radio show skits that unify the album should go over well with fans of MST3K and Sifl and Olly.”