There’s something immediately disarming about Honey Radar’s Mary Plum Musket. Part of it might be the brevity of the songs (three on each side for a total of eight minutes), or maybe the interesting, yet fitting, intersection of influences (imagine Robert Pollard and Lou Barlow sitting in with The Byrds). Or, maybe more significantly, it’s the guiding voice of bandleader Jason Henn that shines through these jangly sketches. In recent years, the term “lo-fi” has come to refer to a certain aesthetic, deliberately chosen by an artist in order to add to their sound, rather than as a simple necessity. Henn’s songs are anything but gimmicks shrouded in reverb or tape hiss; instead, these vignettes sound like someone attempting to press record before the song leaves him.