The boys in Capital City hoedown squad Greenfield Main are members of the extended family of Kelp Records, the Ottawa indie label home to endearingly quirky pop/rock outfits like Detective Kalita and the Acorn. The Main men crank out homespun country-juiced burners with old-timey lyrics about floods, huffing formaldehyde and the love of good women, with beard-folk twists. Fiddle and Wurlitzer flourishes exist alongside cranked-up classic riffs, lap steel buoys singer J.L. Bartlett's sweet no-frills warble, and there are some great electric bass lines and distorted guitars that wouldn't sound out of place on a Dinosaur Jr. disc. Greenfield Main launch their disc at the 360 Saturday (October 23) and hit Sneaky Dee's Sunday (October 24).