This Hollywood duo picked the perfect name for their band, as their latest album, Native Echoes, is ten tracks of Florida sunshine. It is perfect to listen to while cruising along the coast or if you're trapped inland and wish you weren't. From the first listen, you can hear that singer/guitarist Kimmy Drake and drummer Skyler Black seem to be influenced by everyone who was influenced by Phil Spector's Wall of Sound. Opener "All My Friends Were Punks" has a hint of the Ramones, and standout "Don't Call Me on the Phone" is the Ronettes by way of Amy Winehouse, while "Gnarly Waves" is just that, the peaceful surf crashing in over an instrumental. Native Echoes is a must for all those who still get giddy when "Be My Baby" comes on the airwaves.