Seeing as how Outdoor Miners got everything right on their first ep, they’ve used the same tactics on their second:
• Lead song - a kick-ass riff like Dinosaur Jr when they caught fire (1987-91)
• Second song - more of the same
• Third song – country-psych ballad sounding eerily like it should have been on Pavement’s Crooked Rain (put Friends With Money between Gold Sounds and Range Life and you’d make that album better, no contest)
If Outdoor Miners’ first record was them sticking their flagpole in the international underground’s territory, their second is this Canadian band waving and shouting to get noticed by more people. And you should take notice, really you should.