New Music Tuesday: David Duchovny, Snoop Dogg, and More
Boom. It's that time! New Music Tuesday is here yet again to set your week off to just the right tune. What's in store this twelfth of May? A few highlights: None other than David Duchovny of X-Files comeback buzz just dropped his first album ("a dream come true," in his words), Snoop Dogg is setting aside a brief stint into reggae for something a little disco, a little dance, produced by Pharrell Williams, and Irish singer-songwriter Róisín Murphy releases her first solo album in eight years. Read on.
Bush by Snoop Dogg ($10)
Bye-bye, Snoop Lion. Snoop Dogg's newest album, which was produced by Pharrell, throws off the reggae in favor of some '70s-inflected funky disco beats with Stevie Wonder, Charlie Wilson and Kendrick Lamar all making appearances.
What are you listening to this week? Tell us in the comments.