The music of ALEXALFONS is not new to me, as I began listening to it around the same time that I really first got into seapunk. The fact that it is on cassette just goes to further my belief that all good music of this nature should be made available on cassette. Not only does it work well with headphones, but it'd be amazing in a ghetto blaster also.
Mentioning the fact that this would sound good via headphones triggers my memory, as when listening to this I wrote in my notes that they should design specific headphones just for it and call them “Beats by A”, if only because this has beats for days. It isn't quite your standard issued seapunk, but if you like the genre staples it will leave you wondering where it has been your whole life.
Side B does take a bit of a turn for the more chill side of things. At least it begins that way, because for the last few songs there are some vocals and they sound like those of rap pioneer Fabolous. Even if you could consider most of this side chillwave or something to that effect though, it still delivers the goods and has enough beats and rhythm to keep the party going.