Of all the lo-fi acts in current operation, few can be quite as rudimentary as Horowitz, a self-confessed "twee indiepop band". Nevertheless, if childlike punk vocals alongside fuzzed up guitar action floats your boat, 'Frosty Cat Songs' is worth checking out. In fairness, Horowitz do show versatility as well; for every frantic noise-fest with inaudible vocals ('Sister'), there's a sweet Cherry Red-esque ballad ('Chilwell Olympia', 'It's Better To Eat Twinkies...'). For the most part, it's an enjoyable but rather throwaway listen but there's a couple of killer tracks lurking within: 'Feed 'Em Noni Flicks' may sound like the song is coming from a badly tuned radio but the primitive riff - and more importantly a cracking tune - ranks alongside the best of The Fall's output. Likewise, 'Audrey's Post-It Notes' revels in a similar state of joyous disharmony whilst 'Punk Kids' uses the Jesus And Mary Chain tactic of putting a fine melody through a filter of distortion. So even when the twee factor becomes a little too overbearing, there's normally a moment of gutsy lo-fi rock you can sink your teeth into and - ultimately - Horowitz are better the more chaotic they sound.