Tiny Masters of Today are veritable veterans releasing their follow up to the star-studded debut Bang Bang Boom Cake. Now 13 and 15, Ada and Ivan are back with Skeletons featuring new drummer Jackson Pollis (former beat-keeper Russell Simins of John Spencer Blues Explosion had other bidness to attend to) rounding out the Brooklyn trio. The record is an electronic/organic work of cotton-candy punk pastiche with an undercurrent of wise-beyond-their-years social commentary. Whether or not you agree with David Bowie's assessment of the band ("genius"), they make music that's incredibly catchy, fun and a refreshing break from the Jonas Brothers (who incidentally also have a new LP out today).
Also in stores, the long-awaited Spinnerette debut featuring Brody Dalle of the Distillers. Is it better than the album her ex Tim Armstrong just released with his band Rancid? That's your call.