Maybe it's the ADD that I'm sure I had as a kid quietly following me into my adult life, but when it comes to music, it's the bands that can switch up their style and sound at the drop of a hat that tend to interest me the most. One minute they might be a snarling, drunken rock machine, the next a dreamy, quirky alt unit. Either way, the music stays fresh, which is why Toronto's Dearly Beloved is onto something with their full-length debut, an album crammed with everything from punk to shoegaze, alt-rock and a bazillion little subtleties. Creative driving force and singer Rob Higgins is more than able to handle the constant musical forays, and the rest of the players have plenty of their own fire to throw into the mix. Dearly Beloved play the Drake tonight (Thursday, June 8) at 11 pm.