The best scuzzy rock'n'roll bands make it look easy, but it isn't. Every now and then, you hear a slab of garage punk like the Hussy's "EZ/PZ". In the song's opening two seconds, the Madison duo establish dominance with nine fast, fuzzed out strums.
Sure, the percussion smacks hard as soon as it hones into view, but it's instantly clear just how powerful a track like this can be when it's built around a no-frills blues riff. Heather Hussy's vocal work is dynamic—the perfect foil to the track's instrumental barrage, with no need to lean on some flashy guitar solo. The power here is in speed and volume; with a solid "WOO!" at the finish, they're all set. [Evan Minsker, Pitchfork]