Primer starts off with Fright's most polished work, "The Queen of Zine," a plugged-in solo ode to a self-publisher who's mesmerizing in her sheer independence. "Freedom of speech is for everyone/Doing a 'zine is so much fun/When I hold it in my hands, I love what I've done/Even if all the photocopies weigh a ton," he sings, pushing the envelope of in-key intonation. The other four tracks -- one from each of the aforementioned bands -- are boom-box-quality recordings of pop variations from psychedelic to punk-bent. It's not pretty, but it works. Let's hope that he's saving up for some studio time.