The Foxymorons are not your regular kind of band. Members Jerry James and David Dewese don’t live in the same city, have never played out, began playing together in a church, and James doesn’t even own a decent guitar. But Calcutta is not your average record, either. The album is all over the pop map, visiting a multitude of influences from the past 20 years. “Reel-to-Reel,” which contains the great line, “You know you can’t go wrong/When you record your own songs,” bears resemblance to early Cars; “Hands-on Presentation” reminds of Sebadoh; and you’d swear that “Duke of Gloucester” was an XTC outtake. Regardless of the style-hopping, The Foxymorons’ writing is top-notch. Maybe if other bands followed their unconventional path, they’d produce records as good.