The Black Angels bring a different musical inspiration into focus on each album. For their latest, Indigo Meadow, that would primarily be The Doors, as "Always Maybe" with its shuddering keys and poetic strain and the crazed organs of "I Hear Colors (Chromaesthesia)" sound like The Black Angels have uncovered some lost Morrison tapes. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Spiritualized are heard in the static drones of "Evil Things" and "Twisted Light." Perversely, "You're Mine" sounds like BRMC filtered through a Laugh-In interlude, particularly on the chorus, where one is taken over by the urge to do the Swim. The squalls of "Love You Forever" and the rough grinds of "War on Holiday" confirm that, more than anything, the Black Angels are a psychedelic garage-rock band. All hail.