That most well turned out of tape labels is at it again with this debut offering from Tijuana's Discount Heaven House Band. What's in a name? Well, quite a lot as it turns out. The mostly three, sometimes four (when joined by April Magazine's Peter Gray Hurley), piece trade in a particularly elegiac type of Band At The End of the World lounge-core, clinking drum machines, spidery guitar lines and dreamy synth combining in an uncanny lysergic gloop. Thus: controls firmly set right for the heart of the Lynchian Zone. While things aint quite what they seem, they're also not quite what they should be - the recordings were made in the memory of a Kiva Ivey and are released posthumously following the passing of band member Brandon Angeles. There's an obvious melancholy at the core of these seven tracks, though they're never morose, lost in their own temporary reverie. If this is what you hear at the gates, the journey might almost have been worth it.