Just when you thought there was nothing left to say with a lo-fi rock approach, along comes Each Other to restore hope that we haven’t heard everything just yet. On its appropriately titled new debut Being Elastic, the Montreal trio delivers an off-kilter take on electrified folk-rock with an acid twist. In Being Elastic, basement-tape indie pop dips into wobbly psychedelia, only to get immediately swept away by a burst of punkish energy; upbeat Police-style grooves open up onto warped Beach Boys-influenced bridges that dissolve into eerie drones awash in reverb … and on and on. Every melody, every strum, every beat, every chord change — seemingly every sound on this album — arrives custom-fitted with an unexpected twist. We should thank Each Other for having a vision that’s so original it feels like a breeze of fresh air across the face of music. Playing with Birdcloud and Money for Rope.