Acrylics are popping up all over Brooklyn right now. The fivesome are currently recording their debut long-player, a release whose psychedelic bike ride jams have yet to officially find a label home. We spent an afternoon with them in founding duo Molly and Jason's backyard, a mess of vines, knives and beer bottles not unlike the pop scene that's at the core of "Summer Seventeen," the song they stripped down and rolled out just for El Tripwire (that's us, knuckleheads.) It's good. Real good. Catch them tomorrow night, July 2nd, playing with Kuroma and Gift Horse at Pianos. On July 17th they play at Savoir Adore's record release party at Cameo then back to Piano's to play with Suckers and Class Actress on July 30th. Like we said, they're all over the borough right now. Pretty soon they'll be all over your brainspace.