Opening with a trio of tunes about Winnipeg (which, in turn, each open with the line “I dress for the weather”) Quinzy’s latest in a long line of EPs is a direct love letter to our fair city. The aforementioned trio is a concept suite, with characters based in the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike. The self-recorded disc is refreshing, including the dancey Just Passing Through, the simple Slow Down and the closer - the stomping, nearly retro And Now We Know. The real stand-out here though is bassist Jason Pankratz’s recorded lead vocal debut in Built a Machine, a revved up pop rocker that acts as the centrepiece to The Flats. Will Quinzy’s next offerings be four solo discs in the tradition of the 1978 KISS solo albums?