Hailing from upstate New York, the foursome that comprises Take One Car makes music that spans across the states like invisible aural wires that wrap around whomever it comes in contact with. The band’s 2012 release, “It’s Going to be a Nice Day,” is a collection of ambient rock tracks that fuse a myriad of musical elements together. The result is sonic magic, and with some tracks rounding seven minutes in length, it seems as though they could ring on forever. The album’s title track kicks off the 12-song release, and with its instrumental stylings, it creates the perfect soundscape for, as it suggests, a good day. With sleigh bells ringing and guitars sliding, there are unexpected sonic musings for listeners to discover. The song glides into “Dear Ronnie,” a lush track that introduces Tyler Irish’s perfect rock vocals. The epic frontman chants stream-of-consciousness thoughts along progressive drums, bass and guitars. Unlike its introductory track, the remainder of the album gets significantly heavier, and many of the tracks are more like pounding anthems than ambient atmospheric pieces. The contrast of soft and majestic instrumentation with Irish’s harsh vocals result in an unexpected sort of sound devoid of all the predictable chord progressions and tribal drums. The members of Take One Car clearly spend much time honing their craft and taking chances with the sounds that ring out of their instruments. Midway through the album, “The Ocean Song” is the perfect representation of the band’s contrasted and experimental sound, with sound that moves in waves, gritty vocals and guitars that chime out different sonic patterns every second. Take One Car is making its way to the Buzzbin Art and Music Shop Nov. 16 as part of its upcoming November tour.