Resonars- Nonetheless Blue LP. On 'Nonetheless Blue', Arizona’s Resonars continue to mine the field of top-shelf psychedelic pop, and this, their fourth album, is definately their strongest. The lead vocals of Matt Rendon are more self-assured than ever, the songs are eminently catchy, and many of them could have been found on a series like "Highs In The Mid ’60s" without anybody finding out that they didn’t belong. Songs like “Nonetheless Blue” and “Sinking Is Slow” would have made perfect ’60s garage singles, the kind that hit #1 in the band’s small town charts but never got beyond that. Fans of The Grip Weeds will especially love “Your Concern,” “No Problem At All,” and “As A Matter Of Fact,” as they feature that band’s signature thick harmonies and West Coast psychedelic vibes.