“I won’t even step on my own rug with my shoes/But if

“I won’t even step on my own rug with my shoes/But if you want to/Walk those pretty Jeffrey Campbell heels into my bedroom”—quite the lines to start an album with. In that regard Digital Wildlife, easily The Physics’ most relentlessly sexy album yet, never lets up. Featuring sensually subdued production that should make Frank Orange jealous and enough sultry come-ons to make Drake blush, Seattle’s veteran R&B/hip-hop crew takes you through a smoky velveteen limo ride with full champagne service before whispering in your ear that at “5 in the morning I’m thinking ’bout you naked.” Damn, Physics, y’all are frisky. thephysics.bandcamp.com

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