It’s no shock that DBCs are gaining a following, and quickly. As Banker said in a recent interview: “We want to play music that is crazy fun, but also has some substance to it. We want people to have so much fun they shake where they stand.” . . . The quartet immediately laid out a tight mix of Television-style guitar riffs and Pixies’ chord progressions, lace with more than a hint of the Elephant Six collective’s sound (Neutral Milk Hotel, Olivia Tremor Control, etc.). They had the entire place jumping from the feedback-drenched beginning of “Simple Miracles,” also the opening track on the band’s new EP, to the fantastic “Prole Power,” with its unavoidable backing guitar, thick with delay and cotton candy melody, near the end.