“Cuzznz” has been floating around for months “offline.” Released Friday, Jan. 15, the album features the combo of Daz Dillinger and Snoop Dogg spitting the summertime flow of West Coast rap. Check it out on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.
Panic! At The Disco – “Death Of A Bachelor”
Panic! at the Disco, the pop-punk band led by founding member Brendon Urie, released its fifth album Friday, Jan. 15. With Urie out front, the over-produced “Death of a Bachelor” is a consistent performance of polished emo. Get it from iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.
Daughter – “Not To Disappear”
The sophomore release from the British trio Daughter is a sonic expression of their national heritage. Sounding as though the tracks were channeled through a dense fog, “Not To Disappear,” beautifully uncovers sensitive subjects. Purchase from iTunes, Amazon or listen on Spotify.
The Anchoress – “Confessions Of A Romance Novelist”
Welsh singer-songwriter Catherine AD hits the sweet spot of pop music and meaningful lyrics on her debut album. The deep and often spellbinding singer has a multilayered expression of beauty on “Confessions of a Romance Novelist.” Get it at iTunes, Amazon or Spotify.
Mystery Jets – “Curve Of The Earth”
British indie band Mystery Jets released its sixth album, a synth-filled alternative collection “Curve of the Earth.” The album is perplexing and sonically fulfilling at the same time. I wish I heard this band sooner. Check it out on iTunes, Amazon or Spotify.