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“I W K” strides down the road from afar with a drum that’s bringing up the rear and a quivering, yet powerful, guitar attached to its side. Billy Moon’s “I W K,” which stands for “I Wanna Know,” takes on the general idea of how much and what, if anything, matters.

With a little bit of an acceleration and swagger, it’s not necessarily nihilistic, as Moon’s words and questioning of society seems to come from a place of authenticity. Musically, he kind of teases a ride next to you before flooring the gas.

Moon has questions for a whole group of people. “I W K” is genuine in a world that is decidedly not. It hits a cruising speed that definitely begins to pull away, but it’s not a competition, so who really cares?