Originally released in small, hand-assembled run and available once again on Wharf Cat Records, Dads’ Invisible Blouse is a statement of positive and willful self-annulment. Recorded live (in mom’s garage, to no audience,) “Invisible Blouse” rises above nothing. Instead, the song is a self-assured mess, finding no disparity between its grime, its bleated vocals, and its Who-leaning guitar line. All plodding drums, tension, and mosquito buzz, “Homo Concentration” looks in the opposite direction, neck craned sharply downward. Together, the A and B side showcase Dads as a band persistent in their desire to be the band Dads. A classic single to be shelved alongside “I Was There At The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” and “Surfin’ with Steve and E.D. Amin,” Invisible Blouse is the idiot’s anthem of the future.