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)