Label: Big Scary Monsters Four albums deep, Tiny Moving Parts’ sound hasn’t changed all that much. The technical tapping riffs and arpeggios are still ridiculous, the lyrics are still raw and underdeveloped, and Tiny Moving Parts deserve to be praised for their consistency as Swell manages to live up to a strong discography without taking any major risks. There's so much heart to the band's sound, every song has a blistering pace, even the melancholier tracks are bright and exuberant. Tiny Moving Parts continue to do what they do best because if it’s not broke, don’t fix it. It's easy to overlook how impressive Swell is because there's nothing shocking, Tiny Moving Parts have been excelling for four straight albums. They get away with experimenting very little because they replace full-scale growth with exceptional and consistent musicianship. Four great, albeit similar albums in a row, it’s hard to argue that Swell isn’t as good as it gets for a band at this stage of their career.