The Tyde make sunny, pretty, unpretentious power pop apropos of surfing indie rockers from California. We've heard these chiming major-key chords, fuzzed-out leads and bubbling analog synth melodies as the base of many an indie pop album since the late 80s, but fans of this kind of guitar pop generally appreciate nostalgia, and these guys and girls do it quite well. It's consistently catchy, and produced with a broad enough vision so that it doesn't get repetitive. The two remixes tacked on to the end break up the flow, though, and should've been saved for an EP or a B-side. The Tyde play the Horseshoe Monday (October 30).