The EP opens with the song “Migrane” which is more of a punk rock song than stoner rock but there is a touch of stoner in it. “Golden Dawn” is next and is a fuzzed filled song. It's pretty reminiscent of Blast Tyrant era Clutch, especially Tim Sult's signature tone. “American Literature from 1860″ is a fast paced song. It's more of a punk song as is evident is the fast pace and tone. There's a killer guitar solo in there too. “Pay The Bills” is another punk inspired song. This one, to me anyways, resembles something you would've heard from Bad Religion or even Rancid back in their hayday of the 1990's. “Machine” is your standard hard rock song. “Roll The River Down” caps off the EP with some more heavy and fuzzy guitars. Vocally it's a little soft and mellow. It reminds me of later day Soundgarden. As the song progresses it picks up. It's easily my favorite song on the EP. Had this been the first song I don't know how much I would've enjoyed the rest of the EP as I think the flow would've been much much different.
This is a pretty badass EP. The mix of styles really shows the range that these guys have. To go from rock, to punk, to stoner takes some sort of talent. Low Man has plenty of talent and is evident by their music. You'd be a fool to not at least give this one a listen, you'll find that you may not only like it, you'll want more!