The opening track of "Murder Kill Baby" (not quite as harsh as it sounds) starts off with a dream pop production, very wet and heavy on the reverb, paired with a vocal melody somewhat reminiscent of Pearl Jam's "Last Kiss". The thing that will probably pop out at you first though will be the doo-wop style backup vocals, which are very suiting to the sound and really fill out the piece nicely.
The second track keeps the dreamy landscape but changes gear from a classic sound to one more inspired of dissonant 90's grunge, with a melancholy but uplifting vibe.
This feeling is nicely transitioned into the next track "Requiem For A Lover", an ode to holding on loosely and ponderings on romanticism in general.
Altogether the EP is a very enjoyable one, and sounds pretty close in some places to the band "Best Coast" (such as the chorus of "Stay Perfect"). There are some production issues (doesn't sound fully mastered, kind of poorly mixed in areas, etc.), but they don't really distract, and suits the aesthetic of the album.
"Murder Kill Baby" by Obedient Wives Club is available via their Bandcamp page.