Jacuzzi Boys trade in a sonically raunchy brand of power-pop that equates to catnip for certain vinyl freaks - the type of zealots who tithe to WFMU and mourned with sackcloth and ashes when The Exploding Hearts died in a van crash. Having risen to underground prominence through the Florida's Dying label, the Miami trio's Hardly Art debut "Glazin'" is packed with short, snappy punk tunes primed for party-starting. It's the antithesis of reinventing the wheel.

Jacuzzi Boys trade in a sonically raunchy brand of power-pop that equates to catnip for certain vinyl freaks - the type of zealots who tithe to WFMU and mourned with sackcloth and ashes when The Exploding Hearts died in a van crash. Having risen to underground prominence through the Florida's Dying label, the Miami trio's Hardly Art debut "Glazin'" is packed with short, snappy punk tunes primed for party-starting. It's the antithesis of reinventing the wheel.

Fey Gods and Hue Blanc's Joyless Ones round out Friday's bill at Ace of Cups.