Port­land la­bel Spared Flesh Records has es­tab­lished it­self as a re­al trea­sure chest of quirky, un­con­ven­tion­al garage- and post punk good­ness over the course of just over two years and the newest cas­sette is no ex­cep­tion. So­ci­ety is a so­lo project of Sims Hardin who you might have al­so heard as part of Philadel­phia groups Mesh and Toe Ring. Hav­ing al­ready made a great im­pres­sion with last year's All Flies Go To Hell EP, the sec­ond one seam­less­ly con­tin­ues the scrap­py charm of his sound hov­er­ing some­where in­be­tween the strange worlds of '80s cas­sette cul­ture and oth­er ar­ti­facts on the fringes of garage-, pro­to-, post- and art punk. Think of a fu­sion of Mod­ern Lovers, ear­ly Mekons, The Fall and Des­per­ate Bi­cy­cles and you're rough­ly on the right track. Or you might com­pare them to more re­cent groups like the rus­tic jams of Hon­ey Radar, Far Cor­ners, Germ House and ear­li­er Woolen Men, the pro­to-meets-post-punk ex­per­i­ments of Shark Toys and NY's Peace de Ré­sis­tance.