Editors’ Notes One might expect a San Francisco band named Soft White Sixties to be a loose and colorful psych group, but the name alludes to a type of lightbulb, not the city’s musical history. Soft White Sixties are a luscious mix of rock ’n’ roll and soul, with hints of glam for good measure. Vocalist Octavio Genera has a fantastic midrange voice that makes for solid rock crooning, and the songwriting on this debut is startlingly strong. The opening track, “City Lights,” is like a Black Keys number with a layer or two of fuzz stripped away, while songs like “Rubber Band” and “Treat Me” have the cool R&B strut that landed Fitz & The Tantrums in the limelight. “Lemon Squeezer” pounds and fizzes with ringing piano notes served as a tasty side dish, and “Up to the Light” could be the love child of T. Rex and The Raconteurs. Jim Greer (Foster the People) handles production.