Two words: Van Halen. Marble uses their talent of flaming guitar leads and five string bass backings to create a metallic, fast-paced charm of pop-punk. Spinning Around resembles a Scott Reynolds-era of All if they constantly blasted "1984 in their van. The results are playfully carefree as Marble speeds their way through 17 cuts of catchy but aggressive pop-punk that you could introduce to your mom. And half of the fun is that each song is a chord away from Marble breaking into a ripping version of "Panama."