A native of Los Angeles and son of a composer, Beck Hansen ascended the underground music scene in the early ‘90s with his anti-folk and genre-bending experimentation. He released two albums on indies before signing to DGC, but it was the one-off hip-hop indulgence ‘Loser’ (from 1994’s ‘Mellow Gold’) that thrust him into the mainstream. Although initially perceived by some as a novelty act, Beck used his increased resources and creative freedom to branch out into a wide array of artistic directions. From the electronica-tinged ‘Odelay’ (1996) and the futuristic funk of ‘Midnite Vultures’ (1997) to the acoustic confessionalism of Sea Change (2002) and orchestral ‘Morning Phase’ (2014), Beck has proved he’s one of the most important and daring songwriters of his generation.
Hear Beck's New 'Square One' in Season 2 Trailer for HBO's 'Divorce'
Another song from Beck's upcoming 'Colors' LP has made its way into the public, this time via a trailer for the HBO series 'Divorce.'
Beck Debuts New Track 'No Distraction' from Upcoming 'Colors' LP
Beck's new song was inspired by his anxiety regarding modern technology, and the way it impacts us physically and neurologically.
Beck’s ‘Colors’ Finally Official: Cover Art, Track List, New ‘Dear Life’ Single Released
Beck has given out more details on his 13th album, including a new single, "Dear Life."
Beck Is Finally Ready to Release 'Colors' Album, Calls It 'Quite an Undertaking'
Beck has been working on the follow up to his celebrated LP 'Morning Phase' since 2013.
Beck's New Album Title and Release Date May Have Been Leaked Online
It hasn't been confirmed, but there's a report that says that Beck's 'Colors' will come out on Oct. 13.
Beck Announces Summer 2017 North American Tour Dates
Beck is taking time from working on his long-awaited album to go back out on the road.