David Bowie, patron saint of reinvention, proved that pop music should gleefully embrace the makeover. Scott Yoder has taken this lesson to heart. Initially sporting trashy thrift store threads, Yoder fronted Seattle psych-punk band The Pharmacy. Growing a bushy beard, he then went solo with confessional alternative folk tunes. Now the beard is shorn, and replaced with lipstick and eyeliner for Yoder’s latest persona as a theatrical glam rocker. Oh, the ch-ch-ch-changes.