“We’re humans, we make plans and machines,” Emily Wilder announces on “Machinery,” from Wet & Reckless’ 2015 self-titled debut album. “Stone walls around hearts keep them cold/Keep in flaws and keep out what we don’t know.” Bassist Jessica Gelt, guitarist Ashley Berry and drummer Jalise Woodward surround Wilder’s declarations with energetic but melodic backing throughout the record. Wilder’s lyrics are smart and romantic without being overly sentimental, and the Echo Park indie-rock band pump up such tracks as “Confetti” with punky energy and a power-pop tunefulness. “Cemetery” is a strangely ebullient walk through the graveyard, while “Rope Me In” is a more introspective and spacey jangle. Former Bridezilla singer Holiday Sidewinder headlines with a set of glitzy Australian electro-pop. Plus Slugs and Superbloom.