Breathless and brainless in an irreverent sense, Mika Miko are nevertheless effective. All eleven tracks are done in 22 minutes, which at least provides easy maths. They borrow club-mates No Age's fuzzy lo-to-no-fi sound and smash it into various punks. `Turkey Sandwich' starts as the Buzzcocks and then devolves into vocal gibberish, later reprised on the album closer remixed into a seeming punk cover of Beck's Gamma Ray. `I Got A Lot' is classic surf-punk, and the unstoppable jerk of `Sex Jazz' is near angular punk-funk. Not as world-beat as Abe Vigoda nor as oiksome as the Mae Shi, Mika Miko are like Jay Reatard but without his Supergrass-level of hooks. Others' comparisons with Slits and the Wipers seem justified. All that is missing is one killer tune to separate them from the pack.