Amorphous producer Prefuse 73, a.k.a. Guillermo Scott Herren, plays the tactile textures of electronic music beneath the boom-bap drive of hip-hop. He was one of the first to do it so competently, and a whole wave of smeary, bleary beat studies have followed in his wake ever since his debut in 2001. The in-demand Herren has kept incredibly busy collaborating with everyone from TV On The Radio to Battles to The Flaming Lips, and 2009's analog-tape-based Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian marked the beginning of an equally prolific, three-album cycle through Herren’s many side projects. His 2011 album, The Only She Chapters, features a number of female collaborators (including Zola Jesus and My Brightest Diamond’s Shara Worden) providing spaced-out vocals floating overtop Prefuse 73’s chopped-up psychedelia.