This just released 2021 debut record by Brooklyn-based quintet Geese is currently getting all the buzz, not because all the members are technically still teenagers but because, well, okay, they’re all technically still teenagers! One listen to this album and you’ll hear why. The influences contained within seem beyond their years but, yet, they’re there - The Strokes, Television, Parquet Courts and even some Arctic Monkeys and Radiohead thrown in for good measure. What’s attracted me to this record in particular is, of course, the guitars - specifically the tracks that seem to have a level of sonic dissonance on first listen but, the more one listens, the more the guitars sound a little quirky but…just right. ‘Low Era’ is the standout on the record for me. Give that a listen and see if you can hear a little of Matt Shultz (Cage the Elephant’s lead singer, previously covered here) in there. Next up is the title track, ‘Projector.’ I hear Jarvis Cocker (front man of Pulp, previously covered here) all over this one. Finally, round out your brief sampling with ‘Bottle.’