Supposedly modeled after Jim Morrison tripping on peyote, Acid Glasses' video for "Jpeg Hoarder" features, at its heart, moving paintings that look like crayons melting. Squiggles on TV, squiggles overlaying the TV with squiggles on it. The work of Tennessee's Nick Burk, "Jpeg Hoarder" is Acid Glasses' most accessible song to date, basically one big shuffle. The same three-note guitar line loops over and over, an easy beat stomps along. It's psychedelic but always grounded, the best way for weird shit to be.