Much-buzzed-about Chicago band Kids These Days sport impressive chops and an eclectic musical palette–traits that serve them in good stead on their stellar debut album, Traphouse Rock, a raucous, cohesive blend of influences as broad-reaching as Nirvana, Method Man, and southern Hip-Hop.

“I’m not intrigued,” you say. “Everyone’s Soundcloud says they sound like Nirvana, Method Man, and southern Hip-Hop on Pluto or something.”

That’s true, but not everyone brings Wilco‘s Jeff Tweedy¬†along for the ride to produce seven songs. So take that, everybody! Stream Traphouse Rock here, courtesy of Rolling Stone.

DOWNLOAD: Kids These Days – Traphouse Rock

(Rolling Stone; Fake Shore Drive)