There was something very comfortable for me in listening to Clones of Clones. The have taken much of their inspiration form the alternative rock of the '90s, and those were good times. The music does not feel a need to be ultra-aggressive or upbeat, but finds quiet, reflective grooves that are a nice change of pace. So, they are more mellow than many DC bands, but that is not a problem.
I really like what they do with the guitars. Intros are consistently good, setting the right tone and bringing you into the song.
You have to search a bit to find links for purchasing, so that may be an area where they could improve, but I eventually found that they are on iTunes, and that you can get a hard copy of a 4-track EP via Kunaki. For just listening, music is available through multiple sources.
I would like to hear them doing more. The band sounds promising.