Ontario-based songwriter Kelley Stoltz is back with another well-conceived platter, following last year’s impressive My Regime. On Hard Feelings, Stoltz take a detour from his nostalgic psych-pop to pay homage to the legacy of Stiff Records. Several of the 17 tracks take their cue from late 70s British music, like “It’s Crap” and “Me & My Mohawk”. With a glint in his eye, these tracks are perhaps risking crossing over into pure novelty, but if you liked Mick Trouble’s output (which coincidentally inspired this set of songs) you will love it. However, there are also some classic Stoltz moments – like the jangly “Now That You’re Gone”.