The Rademaker brothers are a Los Angeles treasure. They may not have the status of the Beach Boys, Dave and Phil Alvin (the Blasters, X) or Jeff and Steve McDonald (Redd Kross). But for nearly 20 years, Brent and Darren Rademaker have made their mark on the local music scene playing in bands such as Beachwood Sparks, Frausdots and surf-rock/indie-popsters the Tyde.

Three's Co. is the Tyde's third long-player and intoxicatingly blends the siblings' many musical inspirations and influences (beach bum tones, noise-pop raptures, country-rock leanings, '80s trappings and more). Bubbly inclinations bounce through lyrically caustic “Brock Landers” (a hum-along homage to Boogie Nights ) and scenester put-down “Too Many Kims,” which flows gracefully to slowly swinging and similarly slanted “The Lamest Show.”

The Tyde understands there is an underlying melancholy mood to Los Angeles' never-ending summer, and slips that frame of mind subtly but quite effectively into your ears.

Grade: A