13 Songs, 28 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Eva Moolchan doesn’t like to settle. Stepping away from the minimalist post-punk of her last effort, 2017's It’s a Myth, Washington, D.C.-based Moolchan (who performs under the name Sneaks) goes on a globe-trotting voyage in search of inspiration. Her findings are wide-ranging, to say the least—a frantic, jungle-inspired beat rushes over her playful vocal rapping on “The Way It Goes,” while on the salacious “Suck It Like a Whistle,” she deftly tries her hand at current trap trends without sounding awkward or forced. From the warped reggae flow of “Addis” to the bass throb of “Holy Cow Never Saw a Girl Like Her,” she expresses a full range of ideas with the barest sonic accoutrements. Her freewheeling approach allows her to bend the rules, as she’s hesitant to settle with a cohesive album experience.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Eva Moolchan doesn’t like to settle. Stepping away from the minimalist post-punk of her last effort, 2017's It’s a Myth, Washington, D.C.-based Moolchan (who performs under the name Sneaks) goes on a globe-trotting voyage in search of inspiration. Her findings are wide-ranging, to say the least—a frantic, jungle-inspired beat rushes over her playful vocal rapping on “The Way It Goes,” while on the salacious “Suck It Like a Whistle,” she deftly tries her hand at current trap trends without sounding awkward or forced. From the warped reggae flow of “Addis” to the bass throb of “Holy Cow Never Saw a Girl Like Her,” she expresses a full range of ideas with the barest sonic accoutrements. Her freewheeling approach allows her to bend the rules, as she’s hesitant to settle with a cohesive album experience.

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