Vinyl LP pressing. "I'm terrible at describing how my music sounds. But this is definitively more AOR than indie. At last you can say that - retro is still king." The above quote is Mats Mentzen Wang's humble attempt at describing the sound on Rock Omelette, the follow-up to 2018's EP Scuzz. Call it AOR, slacker soul or just classic rock - let the listener decide. Whatever you call it, the album is chock full of tunes. It shouldn't surprise anyone that this record has become an eclectic collection of songs, as the following influences are named: Elton John's Tumbleweed Connection, Laura Nyro, Lee Hazlewood, The Byrds and Jessica Pratt. Maybe that's what Rock Omelette means. Still, the innocent naiveté that's been Mats Wawa's calling card, permeates the entire album, fronted by Wang's characteristic voice which keeps it all cohesive.