Absolutely twangy, good old-fashioned American rock & roll - a sound that makes sense when you consider their name, a combination of 'hippy' and 'redneck.' Within that sentiment lays their genre-bending approach to making music. Music that is, in every way, firmly rooted beneath their feet in the fertile floodplains of the American Midwest. Rock & roll with hues of bluegrass. It is twangy. It is Ozarkian. It is most certainly Missourian - and there is nothing to the contrary about it.