Mike Milosh has been busy this year - and sure, one of his time-consuming projects may have been recording a record, Woman, with the producer Robin Hannibal as Rhye. But Milosh also got married, which seems to be the driving motivator behind his new record Jetlag, ten slow-burning, provocatively intimate songs that showcase his love for his wife and all the secrets and intimacies of love in general. You can stream the whole thing now thanks to NPR; let Milosh wrap you up in layers of synthy devotion, anchored by his unmistakable vocals. Our first-listen favorite might be the delicate, tender "Hold Me," but the whole thing's worth your attention. You can pick up a copy in a record store starting November 26.