Carly Rae Jepsen - The Loneliest Time. Pretty good, maybe her best album since her debut, even if there's one obnoxiously bad song ("Beach House").
Taylor Swift - Midnights. I like some of this, some of it is awful.
The Who - first three albums plus Meaty Beaty etc. and Odds & Sods. Put together a playlist of The Who Sell Out plus bonus stuff compiled from the big boxset, and figured I'd just turn it into an "early Who" playlist, since I never listen to My Generation or A Quick One straight-through. Hot take: "Boris the Spider" is not good. "Disguises" is a cool song I'd never heard before.
The Pointer Sisters - Break Out. Fun but repetitive.
Dawn Richard & Spencer Zahn - Pigments. Richard's been mostly on the R&B-avant garde-Bjork axis, but this is some mellow jazzy thing. Not sure how I feel about it yet.
Sloan - One Chord To Another. I can never tell whether I like these guys; they're competent but not all that exciting.
MIA - MAYA. I like this generally, think it's a step-up from the overrated KALA.
George Harrison - 33&1/3. Made little impression.
A Sunny Day In Glasgow - Ashes Grammar. I generally like these people, but shoegazers should not legally be allowed to make double albums.
Good albums I got nothing to say about:
The Pretty Things - SF Sorrow
Janelle Monae - The Electric Lady
Goldfrapp - Seventh Tree
Kacey Musgraves - Golden Hour
Laura Nyro - New York Tendaberry
Minor Threat - first two seven inches
Sky Ferreira - Night Time, My Time