I talk about feel-good music a lot, music that touches the soul and makes you smile. Let’s face it, who wants music to make them feel crappy? Seattle’s tropical psychedelic pop four piece is far from crappy. In fact, they are so uncrappy they named themselves straight from the music they play. They’re the connection of beats gallantly placed together to create a sound of euphoria to our eardrums. The 12 tracks on The Palace Garden end too soon making us beg for more. Check out the horns and vocals on “Saola”, the foot-tapping sounds of “Invisible Cities”, and clap happy beats of “Sometimes Wonder”.