Father John Misty marks a strong return with the release of his third album Pure Comedy. After emerging from the sea of singer-songwriters with 2015’s I Love You, Honeybear it seems Josh Tillman is taking his time on the mic to detail his thoughts and opinions across a vast canvas; evenly distributing it to create a masterpiece that allows it’s insecurities to be heard within an even brighter spotlight.
Tuxedo returns with Tuxedo II. The long-term project of veteran crooner Mayer Hawthorne and established producer Jake One took off back in 2015 as their self-titled debut granted a surprise hit in “Do It” as well as a host of other perfect instrumentals for the bedroom, introducing themselves to the world as the laid-back, smooth talking version of Run the Jewels. The second addition to the Tuxedo discography looks to cement their place as a solid source of feel good RnB, and it certainly does that in a big way.