On first listen to the debut album of Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. titled It's a Corporate World,
it appears to have the makings of every good indie pop album: whistles, reverb, claps, melodic woahs and nah-nah-nahs , and that little hint of electronic bells and bloops. You can hear a number of influences on the Detroit duo of Daniel Zott and Josh Epstein, everything ranging from The Beach Boys, who they've covered on their Horse Power
EP, to just about any other lo-fi indie pop group making music right now. The two originally began making music together because they were both interested in music production and that's definitely something they do well.