I love the Bandcamp stumble! Pueblo People are a trio of players from Italy that recently self-released their debut, The First Four Moons for free via the service.

Aptly described by the band as “Guitar music from the 60s vs. guitar music from the 90s,” Pueblo People blend the jangle, the rabbit role reverb psych and the slacker youth mentality well throughout the EP; fans of Roky Erickson and his Elevators, (some) Neil Young, Pygmy Lush, Crystal Stilts and (a less dark-hearted) Royal Baths won’t be disappointed.

Highlights include the pace of “Milk Moon,” the Byrds-like campfire gang singalong strum of “Death Moon” and EP closer “Blood Moon” which, at the start feels like a near chord-cover of 13 Floor Elevator’s “Reverberation (Doubt).”

Download the full EP below or at their Bandcamp.