While I understand it is merely a "hello, we're Humanwine and this is our EP", it left me salivating at the thought of more tracks. This frustrated me quite a bit and is probably the only reason I give it 4 instead of 5 stars. That and I was constantly reminded of the Squirrel Nut Zippers, even though this band provides a much more modern/deco approach to their music.
The vocal style provides a wonderful combination of a 20s/30s kickback while incorporating a modern sound and emotional expression. The base composition of the songs provides the same, but with much more of a "punch" than expected.
If you want to diversify your music mix and enjoy listening to new, unique combinations of genres as well as a genuinely unique sound, this is a must have. However, for a casual/pop listener, I would not recommend it.