Davey Dynamite is as political as he is emotional, and he brings it all to a volatile head on his first fully plugged in album “Holy Shit”. The songwriting is scalpel sharp, driven by politicized poetry performed with steadfast conviction. This is the folk-gone-electric lineage of O Pioneers! and Against Me!, born anew in the vein of Chicago punk. “Holy Shit” has sing-a-longs, shout-a-longs, and scream-a-longs, but its always more than just noise. It’s youthful and scrappy and bleeds with every cut.