Zefs Chasing Cara’s Ultra Gown was released in November, with the notable tags Edinburgh and instrumental math pop and the honest explanation; “I’m a person recording music at home.” Someone on Bandcamp described it as “expressive, colorful, emotive math-rock” which is quite accurate. The album takes the listener on a journey through the composers feelings, both high and low and everything between. This has been a year of math-rock and yet this release still sticks out and it’s a solo project, which is why I name this The Solo Album of the Year. While slightly heavy with electronics it is a strong release that can easily be left on repeat and will undoubtedly be enjoyed for years to come. This is a stellar example of the marvels of technology allowing one person to make an entire album and distribute it to the world from his house, amazing, 93%.