12 Bar Bruise - Debut. very formative, their sound isn't quite there yet and a lot of the songs are pretty forgettable.
Eyes Like the Sky - weird spoken word western radio-play thing by one of the member's dads.
Float Along Fill Your Lungs - where they start getting great. "Head On/Pill" is their first really big magnum opus, the rest is inconsistent but worth hearing if you like the band.
Oddments - bonkers psych pop. very all over the place, very inconsistent, some of their weirdest stuff is on here but also some of their most concise.
I'm in Your Mind Fuzz - Psych rock to the max. Similar to FAFYL in that it's centred around an epic suite which is among their best work, with the rest being more hit and miss.
Quarters! - An odd concept where each song is exactly the same length which results in the 2nd half being pretty padded for time with aimless jams. opening track "The River" is one of their best songs though.
Paper Mache Dream Balloon - an acoustic psych-pop album. elephant 6 collective kind of style. easily their most accessible album and the one that turned me on to them initially. my 2nd fav.
Nonogon Infinity - structured to play on an endless loop which is pretty cool. Bits and pieces of each song pop up in all the others making this feel like a 1-song album like Thick as a Brick or something. my current favourite.
Flying Microtonal Banana - First album of 2017. they got all their guitars modified to play microtones and as a result this record uses a lot of unconventional scales and weird off-pitch melodies. Though since they already did those kinds of things while playing with regular tones it's not like it sounds all that different.
Murder of the Universe - Their 2nd album of 2017. it's not out yet but they played a 10 minute track called "Altered Beast" at the show I saw and it might be my favourite song of theirs I've heard so far so I'm looking forward to the album. They also played a 13 minute promo video for it which has a robot voice narrating about vomit. so this promises to be one of their most out-there albums to date. we'll see I guess.