Bass-less Brooklyn trio Pterodactyl dont waste any time before tearing into flinty, precision psych rock worthy of Oneida, to whose Brah Records imprint the band is signed. Swarming with spitfire guitars and overactive drumming, every song is a mad jumble of off-kilter warbling and smeared reverb, which is exactly as much disorienting fun as youd expect. Between a self-titled outing in 2007 and this years more evolved Worldwide, Pterodactyl have refused to suffer the primitivist confines suggested by their name, instead pursing an artful ruckus thats reliably packed with intricate melodies and shuddering shifts. Dig into a fraught anthem like First Daze free for the grabbing at www.pterodactyl.info and just see if you dont feel yourself coursing with restless energy afterwards. Now picture Pterodactyl live, with such eerie vocal harmonies and math-damaged density climbing ever towards the heavens. With Man Party.