Psychedelic but not hazy. Bluesy but not plodding. Prone to jams but not overindulgence. All Them Witches are all these things, and they push this formula farther than ever before. ATW is their fifth studio album, and every song here exists to be stretched out like an elastic band, taking pentatonic blues motifs and minor key psych dirges into extended meditations. Such is the case with “Fishbelly 86 Onions,” which plays like a two minute Black Keys song from Attack & Release turned into a gonzo freak out; complete with very emphatic vocal ad-libs and fuzzy guitar improvisations. “Diamond” is Alice in Chains in a southern swamp, its psych-dirge riffs buckling under an unwavering drone and palpable humidity. All Them Witches are not ones to take an over-cerebral approach to what works in their rock ‘n roll, and if you let your hair down a bit you’ll find ATW to have your head nodding plenty.