Pontiak is three impressively bearded brothers — Jennings, Lain and Van Carney — who grew up on farms in rural Virginia. Those farms still serve as Pontiak’s cornerstone: The brothers built their own studio on one such farm, where they record their titanic, thundering slabs of riff-worshipping psych-rock. Innocence, Pontiak’s ninth and latest full-length record, sounds redolent of those Virginia wilds, pairing bear-in-the-woods roars and pastoral grandeur in equal measure. (Read Patrick Wall’s review of Innocence here.) Below, Jennings Carney contributes 10 records with a profound effect on him and his brothers.