Buried amidst all the great new music being released the past few weeks is Jessy Lanza’s stellar synth-pop album Oh No, already home to one of the year’s best singles in “It Means I Love You.” The new set is loaded with moments like “I Love You” – it’s pop music with left-field influences. One of the album’s best tracks is “Never Enough,” a buoyant, insistent statement that recalls the genius of Madonna-era Madonna. Lanza laments a lover’s rejection on “Never Enough” – repeating “It’s not enough, it’s never enough” on the chorus – but is certain the fault lies with the subject of her attention. “You know I give it all,” she pointedly sings. With Oh No and “Never Enough”, she proves that point time and time again.