Many Shiny Things play 1990s psychedelia that, like very much European intensifying rock of the first and middle-1970s, prioritizes disposition and groove/jam riffing a lot more than regular songs. Originally a two-person cooperation, by the next album six musicians were included. They blend different varieties of electric guitar textures, including folky parts in the world from the Jefferson Airplane’s “Embryonic Trip,” spacier electrical lines with backwards and responses effects, plus some sitar. The music is certainly ever-shifting in disposition from monitor to monitor, but also enters (some might state gets trapped in) lengthy and flexible passages where structure has got the thumb up over melody. Feminine vocalists Richelle Toombs (who also information with another Aether Information act, In the summertime from the Mushroom Honey) and Lisa Swanson occasionally give the materials a little bit of an British folk-rock vibe aswell.