Strange, this sounds more like a 7" compilation rather than a three-song EP by a single band. On the A-side, Mishki Sanfords come across as a simple indie pop band with their acoustical guitar leads, soft female vocals, and all-around glee. But on the flip, there's a noisier, not-as-happy sound as "Crypto-Fatalistic Redux" brings out a Jon Spencer garage punk romp. Then on the second B-side of "Hurry to Wait," Mishki Sanfords suddenly forget how to play their instruments as they sloppily trip over themselves to produce an anti-pop number of distortion and feedback. The A-side definitely conquers, but this band should at least find their identity before releasing another record.