Sub Pop Records artist Rose Windows can trace their origins to Fall 2010 when lead singer Chris Cheveyo found himself tiring of the limited sonic palette of his prior band. Although he was interested in experimentation, he was less interested in buying new technology, pushing buttons and turning the volume up, he was more interested in exploring the sounds and methods of the past. With Rose Windows debut effort, The Sun Dogs, the band’s sound borrows heavily from 60s and 70s rock – you’ll hear elements of Black Sabbath’s dark dirges, Jethro Tull, the Doors, early Yes, as well as elements of Middle Eastern music and other genres. The track “Native Dreams” itself manages to sound both familiar and yet kind of alien – but at the end of the day, it kicks ass. The more i listened to the track, the more it reminds me a lot of Jane’s Addiction.