Published May 11, 2016The past couple of months have found Hamilton electronic music maker Jessy Lanza hyping us up for the release of her sophomore collection, Oh No. Following live gigs and some song previews, she's now streaming the album in full ahead of its Friday (May 13) release.
As previously reported, the producer/songwriter's new album was cut in Hamilton with Junior Boys' Jeremy Greenspan, and has been described as being "playfully laced with cascading arpeggios, crispy drum machines and breezy songs." Early on, we received streams of the record's "VV Violence" and "It Means I Love You."
Now, you can sample the hypnotic oscillations and smooth grooves of opening track "New Ogi," the early Madonna-styled slap-and-clap electro pop of "Never Enough," the minimalist rustle of R&B-modelled "Vivica," and more.
You can check out all of Oh No below, courtesy of Noisey. The album officially goes on sale May 13 via Hyperdub.
Lanza's upcoming headlining tour behind Oh No begins next month. You'll find the full tour route over here.