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Black & Broke / Press

“Why You Should Hear Them: “My Blonde Shorty,” the opening tune on Hot Jams for the People to Dance To, is a funky number that borrows the freaky styley side of the Red Chili Peppers and “Stalker” simultaneously evokes Queens of the Stone Age and Beck. The album is a creative mix of musical influences that don’t quite match.”

"It's like hip-hop mixed with rock and a bunch of other things," Smith said. "It's what we all grew up on, just throwing it all into a pot and mixing it together. We've been compared to Gym Class Heroes, N*E*R*D and even the Roots.

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