The novelty of the White Stripes was in the amount of sound the duo produced. The staying power of the band came from that sound: raw and visceral, but still totally listenable. Seattle-based duo Pony Time follows that same formula, creating layered garage-y punk tunes that belie the band's small membership. The tracks on 2013's Go Find Your Own probably sound recorded much as they do live—up-tempo tunes pummelling the listener with singer-guitarist-bassist Luke Beetham's sing-shout style and drummer Stacy Peck's machine-gun fire percussion. If you don't at least tap your feet when listening to Pony Time, check your pulse.