When Ben Cook joined Canadian prog-hardcore outfit Fucked Up in 2007 as their third guitar player, purists recognized him as the former front man for tough-guy moshcore bros No Warning. Not everyone realized how long Cook’s pop resume was, though. After No Warning, he fronted the Oasis-biting Surplus Sons, then went on to form glam rockers Marvelous Darlings and cave-pop duo the Bitters. While I love all of Cook’s bands, including Fucked Up, my favorite has always been Young Governor, his solo project. I’ve lost count of how many genre-hopping seven-inches of his I’ve bought—the sounds he’s tried on include Jay Reatard-inspired bubblegum-garage, 60s-flavored Britpop, minimal goth, and all-out raging punk. The quantity of Cook’s output is astounding too, with no sign of letting up.