Superhumanoids: Exhibitionists

Superhumanoids mesmerize, Bill Callahan's dub fantasy and more in the music we tweeted this week

With a few EPs already under their belt, LA-based dream-pop group Superhumanoids have finally released their self-produced debut LP, Exhibitionists. The album exudes a sense of yearning while offering space to think between breaths. The band easily transitions from sparse percussion and subtle bass synths to more upbeat songs that add electric guitars and a full drum-kit. Especially enchanting is Sarah Chernoff’s vocals in “Bad Weather” and “Free State,” which feel like a more chilled version of the Dirty Projectors’ Amber Coffman, but Cameron Parkins’ minimal, rhythmic singing is hypnotizing in its own unique way.