“Get Later,” Lenny Bryan’s follow-up to 2009’s “The Sound of Inevitability” is the former Ho-Hum frontman’s return to epic, experimental bedroom pop under the Mama handle.

And after three or four spins, I’m ready to declare it a doozy.


Sample a few tracks—
“In the Country,” “Get Later,” and “We Became Untouchable”—on YouTube.

Digital downloads are available on iTunes and Amazon. But if you’re the type that digs tangibility, Max Recordings is offering a limited run of 100 CDs in LP sleeve jackets.


We also suggest checking out “Motorcycle,” the southern soul by-way-of robotnik opening track, and “John!”, which sounds just like a song by The National played in reverse.