Skoal Kodiak exists in my mind mostly through "Tinsel Tongue", their face melting debut single taken from Moon Glyph's Minneapolis-area psych compilation, Regolith Volume 1, and the occasional odd rumination from their good tempered facebook page. I've listened to that song hundreds of times across three or so computers. Every day for at least a year of college. Kryptonym Bodliak, their first emission since a limited 12" years back, follows up the more recent b-side beautifully, comfortably setting my high watermark for noise pop in 2011. "Teapot" eases the experienced "Tinsel Tongue" listener into the album's more angular grooves with vocals culled from exploding packets of razors, edging their way into the cavity left by brain boring beats.
MP3 :: Skoal Kodiak - Teapot
Grab it on CD and LP from Loaded Records.