These are the pieces of a 7" I was working on. Due to various difficulties--technical and otherwise--this is as far as I got with the project. I'd have liked to work a little more on the mixes, but the project files got corrupted, and my temperamental computer shuts down whenever I try to work on piecing it back together. A friend was maybe going to do the cover art, but that also never happened. So here I present in their spontaneous forms, with all their beautiful imperfections, three songs that belong together.
“..my favorite has to be the closing track, “Engaged Withdrawal”. It starts off a bit rocky, but about 30 seconds in the track really finds its footing. Adding layer after layer the track ends on a heartbreaking note. Playing out like some lovelorn ballad from the early 1960’s, the track achieves near perfection by its final few notes.”
— Cactus Mouth
"mixes Brian Wilson with Ariel Pink and comes up with something truly compelling and original. Just Another Snake Cult’s sound pulls off that rare and peculiar trick of balancing the right influences with just enough originality to blow minds and capture hearts. We like this a lot.”
— The Line of Best Fit
“The murky warmth of Just Another Snake Cult’s production is constantly imaginative. Every song seems to evolve by somersaulting, and it’s only once your little pop-loving heart is dancing that you notice the mild psychotic edge, and get a sense of something foreboding hiding away deep within. And that’s The Beach Boys through and through.”
— Ja Ja Ja