Fly Janet is a surf rock band who pride themselves on vivid sonic formations. Right out of the 60s and 70s, the quality of their compositions drip with vintage ethos. But it is incepted with contemporary concepts and cerebral evocations that will remind you of artists like The Phantom Surfers, The Space Cossacks, and Planet Seven. Easy Money is the band’s latest release; a four-track EP that forges themes with genius instrumentals.

In ‘Mango’ the theme forms in the flying rhythms, in ‘Walter’s Looking at Me’, an equipoise of shadow grooves and bright riffs pave the path. ‘Helsinki’ is smoky and surreal. Teeming with fuzzy textures and deep resonance it is a complete cerebral wash. With 60s reminiscent guitar grooves, you can enjoy a little bit of a swing rhythm. And finally, ‘I’m a Professional’ is a measured and charismatic blues rock composition. You’ll spot prominent rock n roll sensibilities that drive the track to some interesting places. 

The duo’s interpretation of the surf rock genre is definitely something you don’t want to miss. There’s an effortless eccentricity and undeniable style that will elevate your experience of the genre as a whole. Or at the very least, grant you your new favorite collection. Listen Now! 

The EP is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to the ‘Easy Money EP’ by Fly Janet here –