Gravy is the name of the band that Nicolaj Grummesgård now leads, having previously been in a Danish punk band (The Defectors) and a Danish psychobilly band (Godless Wicked Creeps). Unlike those bands, Gravy is more difficult to categorise: it’s indie-pop with psychedelic flashes, using fuzzy guitars and electronic noodling, and a range of influences. The bright and alive ‘Meltdown’ mixes styles in a very Beck way while much of the album sounds like a mix of Of Montreal (especially ‘Party in the Men’s Room’) and Pavement. The Scando-pop references - 60s sounding, handclap and ba-ba-bas - are all present on the ditzy ‘That Girl’ while there’s country-inflected rock on ‘Bored and Lazy’. There are some neat melodies and there seems to be a lot of Kevin Barnes’ voice and 60s pop obsessions in Nicolaj Grummesgård’s work. ‘Gravy’ contains some good pop songs, although the indie moves get bit samey after a while, and I couldn’t say that this was the work of a great Dane.