59. Buffalo Daughter, "Socks, Drugs and Rock & Roll"
Left-field funk for the Space Age spinster pad, courtesy of three Japanese madwomen making gearhead moves on the Beasties' Grand Royal label, in a mix of vintage analog synths and turntables. Buffalo Daughter rose out of the Shibuya-Kei scene that also spawned brilliant electronic artists like Takako Minekawa and Cornelius. "Socks, Drugs & Rock & Roll" rocks the house with a tantric mantra that invades your skull without making a damn bit of sense.