Admittedly, Ulrika Spacek’s “Everything: All The Time” reminds me a lot of Radiohead, with the pulsating rhythm, erratic breaks, the warped/echoed sounds and even the vocals of the lead singer. But that’s not a bad thing — and it’s only for one song. In fact, I love this track. It’s not mimicry. There’s a roughness to the guitar edges and a steady melodic sense that’s uniquely their own. The band’s sound is much different on earlier tracks, like the pretty “Ultra Vivid”, off The Album Paranoia. The single is taken from the new Ulrika Spacek 7-inch, that has a release date of September 23rd. The copies are limited, so you’ll want to rush to grab one at Tough Love. Plus, the b-side has a cover of Velvet Underground’s “Lady Godiva’s Operation”. Follow the band at facebook. — David D. Robbins Jr.