Funny Face is a mixture of vintage punk (with many Dwyer-esque guitar tropes) to full on experimental proto punk sounds veering from the wierd punk psychedelia (listen to Lizard) to the stunning Magnolia that pulls post punk, neo romance strings in lovely ways (kind of like Silver Sun Pick Ups meets the Cure meets Alex G run through a blender - well, yeah).
Vive la différence. Funny Face House exist in, cultivate their punky imaginings in San Jose, California pressing their hand stamped songs in the cement of their analog Tascam 488 and if I am not mistaken that both iconic, and bordering on vintage cassette, tape machine is an 8 track. There is something absolutely wonderful about recording with limitations because you have to get to the crux of the song as it makes things more easy, more organic, and way more punk. Besides ping-ponging can be a muther fucking bitch.