“Black In The Sun Room” is a solid example of a song relying on a pulse to propel itself forward. This pulse is the lifeline of the song, and everything else adds to the character. The first stand-out feature of the song is the horn part, which is almost ingenuous in it’s simplicity. During the verse, the vocals are the only part with a melody, and all of the other parts either texture the song or work on sustaining the pulse. Everything changes during the chorus, and an almost dancey post-punky vibe surfaces. Zoos of Berlin is a Detroit band that seems to have a lot going for them. abrupt end to blog post.