JACUZZI BOYS
Glazin'
(Hardly Art)
recommendedrecommendedrecommended1/2 (out of five)

I think it's fair to say that Miami garage-poppers Jacuzzi Boys' first album, No Seasons—despite the title—is an album for the winter, and their latest, Glazin', is for the summer. No Seasons sports a spooky darkness. Also, there are songs about things that smell like death. Glazin' is as light and bright as the Florida sun. It's happy, sunny, and totally horny. It's a teenage boy seeing his homeroom crush in a bikini for the first time. It's got a chubby, and it's not even trying to hide it. The sound here is much more polished, like a teenage boy's face after he shaves the peach fuzz from his upper lip. It's bouncy fun-time music, particularly the title track and the last track "Koo Koo With You." I love the only track with the word "death" in the title—"Silver Sphere (Death Dream)" the most. It's the skuzziest and fuzziest, and most importantly, the darkest. That's just me, though—I prefer the cold. Too much sun just burns. recommended