If Wichita's Livy High is fishing for a spot on this year's Rockfest lineup, the band's full-length debut, Love, Hate, and Everything in Between, might just be the perfect bait. Singer, sole founder and songsmith Jason Carroll, with the help of producer Rick Beato (Shinedown, 12 Stones), has crafted 11 truly catchy, radio-ready songs that are more than worthy of some airtime on KQRC 98.9 and beyond. But catchiness can only get you so far, and that's where Carroll's incredibly polished vocals and well-placed harmonies (particularly on the first single, "Stay") separate this debut from the severely overcrowded guitar-rock herd. Does the world need another 3 Doors Down? Probably not. But at least Livy High handles the impersonation with some style.