By EW Staff
Updated June 08, 2001 at 04:00 AM EDT

BECK’s anything-goes hodgepodges, turn on THE INCREDIBLE MOSES LEROY’s Electric Pocket Radio, which dials up naif rock, art-pop, and pre-Casio electronica.

SOUNDGARDEN’s “Black Hole Sun,” burn yourself out with “Sunny Day,” a heatstroke-induced track from DAVE NAVARRO’s imminent solo album, Trust No One.

BRITNEY SPEARS, but prefer tarts romantically linked to Backstreet Boys, not ‘N Syncers, test-drive soundalike WILLA FORD’s prophetically titled “I Wanna Be Bad.”

The Brazilian grooves of ultimate Anglo DAVID BYRNE, go to Rio with late Brit KIRSTY MacCOLL’s lascivious, hilarious, quasi-Latin final album, Tropical Brainstorm.

The gun-free, ho-less hip-hop of BLACK EYED PEAS, orchestrate a purchase of the debut album from fellow Cali positive rappers L.A. SYMPHONY.