Diddy-Dirty Money - Last Train to Paris - surprisingly enjoyable, Diddy's barely on it, he just curates this vague sort of R&B/rap/Eurodance concept album about lost love. "Ass On the Floor" might be my favorite, the Dirty Money girls singing a refrain of "now I'm drunker than a mother####er, trying to find my way back to your heart you mother####er." "Shades" is the most ridiculous - features a Justin Timberlake rap verse that was clearly written while he was stoned and watching X-Men.
Gorguts - Obscura - found this at the library, remembered that everyone at the ol' FYC loved it. It's pretty impressive but I feel like I need to listen to it another 10 times to figure out most of what it's doing and I don't know if that's going to happen.
St Vincent - Strange Mercy - not much to say but it's still good.
Flying Saucer Attack - Mirror - the more overt electronic touches sometimes don't blend so well but it's alright. Still think their cover of "Sally Free and Easy" was their peak.
Sabbatical - Sundown - bought it on Bandcamp on ACLU day, it's quite mesmerizing ambient.
Case/Lang/Veirs - low-key but sounds good on first listen, I know barely anything about the non-Neko members but they only have one or two tracks that didn't work for me.