Beck


About Beck

Beck took the lo-fi sound of DIY indie rock to the Top Ten in 1994 with his slacker anthem Loser. But his avant-pop palette extends well beyond the folk-rap beats and samples of that hit, encompassing everything from funk, soul and psychedelia to wild experiments with feedback, electronics, toy instruments, and found sounds.

All that, plus his disjointed, surreal lyrics (which were often compared to Highway 61 Revisited-era Bob Dylan) made for an alt-pop sound that helped define the Nineties and made Beck one of the most interesting musicians of his era.

Beck's Albums

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