A bold, funky framework keeps this Boston quintet well on track, showing off the band’s tightness as a unit, as well as each individual’s talent. That’s particularly true of the sax player, who provides a scorching showcase on each song. “Betty” is the band’s best, a smooth ‘n breezy song about a wayward female’s life sung in a voice that has an ideally boyish quality. Next, the sax is crazy good on “Common Ground” as it works its way through a funky and interesting arrangement. Not to be outdone, the group’s guitarist and drummer get to display their formidable chops on the shimmering breakdown section of “Crossroads.” SixFoxWhiskey are likely a complete knock-out when they take to a live stage.