Hav­ing put out a pair of al­ready quite im­pres­sive LPs in '22/'23, the third long­play­er of this Hamil­ton, On­tario act re­al­ly nails it this time. Fol­low­ing a brief iron­ic met­al-ish in­tro, right out of the gate The Glove ra­di­ates a vibe of MX-80, Chrome and Met­al Ur­bain plus just the slight­est touch of The Cramps. This is some first rate fuzz-/garage-/space punk shit right here, weird enogh to keep you on your toes yet al­so so­phis­ti­cat­ed enough to keep you en­gaged, with just the right amount of ear can­dy sprin­kled in like in Cor­pus Earth­ling Meets The Counter Cul­ture, where a well-worn catchy stan­dard punk riff gets the over-the top fuzz-ex­cess treat­ment. Oth­er times and es­pe­cial­ly in the first cou­ple of tracks, there's some weird Hawk­wind-goes-hair/glam met­al en­er­gy go­ing on. Just as well though, you might find sim­i­lar son­ic tex­ture in a dif­fuse clus­ter of cur­rent acts such as Zoids, Thee Hears­es, Monobur­ro, Ma­teo Man­ic, Mononeg­a­tives or Sil­i­con Heart­beat.