The third full album by this L.A.-based quartet is more of the same psychedelic garage rock they are known for. The group's rough-hewn style blends perfectly with lead singer Scott Hackwith
's gloriously tattered voice. The opening track, "Live in Sound," captures Dig
's garage rock style, mixing pounding guitars with Hackwith's charred vocals. Dig
also succeeds at more mellow numbers like the acoustic "I Don't Mind." If you have a craving for fuzz tone guitars, you'd probably be best served by the classic Nuggets compilation. Still, Dig
more than holds its own and shows that garage rock is still alive and kicking.