Though familiar-sounding in myriad ways, tight-knit rock trio MJT impress us with a balls-to-the-wall attack, leaning into their tunes with all-in commitment. “Whatever happened to the land of liberty?” the band’s lead singer demands in “Revolution,” a call-to-action rant that opens with freaky, frenetic riffs that show you these guys love to play. “Something Like Us” is no less raw in style, but is lyrically introspective, about being alone, abandoned. “Broken Toys” has languid, trippy verses and a ‘90s rock feel. All told, MJT’s songs are intriguing but handicapped by production that often buries the vocals. This authentic band could remedy that glitch without losing their flinty edge or sounding too slick.