Punk and garage rockers can be a pretty easy lot to please. Once they sink their teeth into something they like, they’re pretty loyal to their favorite bands, as long as they just stick to the script. And for a while it seemed like Dan Sartain was one such guy who respected the straight-and-narrow path. With four records neatly tucked away under his belt, Sartain has already run circles around his bastardized, basement-born brand of garage and punk a few times over. But no matter how many times he worms his way through the gutter, the end result is always a fun, invigorating listen.