A series of videos from Sad Baby Wolf, all compliments of YouTube (where would we be without it?) The first video is an audio only version of "Survival Guide" followed by a performance at The Pony Club in Portland. "Roaming" features Neal effectively using a ringing slide guitar sound to propell the song like some giant Slinky. Marty's understated vocals travel well across the intimate space in which the band performs.
There's also three songs from the band's July 8th 2011 performance at Low Spirits in Albuquerque. Charged with coiled energy, Sad Baby Wolf rolls out another version of "Roaming", this one features Neal playing a lap steel guitar. The mix is a little muddy, but they do get their point across. "Electric Sounds" switches over to a straight ahead indie rock vibe. "8th Level" is the live version of a song they released as a single (along with Survival Guide)
The Low Spirits performances suffer (as so many live videos on YouTube do) from low quality audio, in this case Marty's vocals tend to get buried. Nonetheless, the band's performance is compelling, and every song they play is tremendously catchy. This time however, you don't have to take my word for it.