Marc Neibauer (formerly “Eat Your Birthday Cake”) writes pop songs dressed up as indie rock. An intimate and delicate voice cuts through swirling guitars and visceral drums, immediately drawing you in. “Playtime” is both alluring and immediately likable, yet like most of Neibauer’s songs, a simple melody hides lush harmonic and lyrical content. Substantial and relatable themes about growing up permeate throughout his tunes, “Playtime” is no exception. It’s to hard trace Neibauer’s direct influences, but fans of Grandaddy, Pavement, and Sonic Youth will no doubt enjoy next month’s debut LP, “Don’t Fall Apart”.