Review

Shit & Shine
Jream Baby Jream, LP (Riot Season)

Literally, traffic stopping jams, right here. The first time the needle was dropped on Jream Baby Jream a 3-car pile-up occurred on the street in front of the Chicago Permanent storefront. If you’re already familiar with the nutation inducing qualities of previous Shit & Shine records, you’ll find a lot to love on Jream Baby Jream. If this is the first you’ve heard of this wonkily, hypnotic Texas/London experimental throb collab, you’re too late to score any of their previous records (all OOP), but (as of this writing) not too late to own one of their best yet.

Shit & Shine