Jayson Musson, I <3 you.

The New York artist’s “Hennessy Youngman” persona aka YouTube’s best art critic is back with a hot new mixtape that recreates the experience of lonely shopping at CVS. Presenting: “CVS Bangers.”

CVS BANGERS IS THE AUDIOSCAPE FOR WHEN YOU’RE BUYING TAMPONS OR A 12 PACK OF CONDOMS, A SAMPLING OF THOSE MAGIC TUNES THAT PLAY WHEN YOU’RE CONTEMPLATING HOW RIDICULOUS YOU WOULD LOOK CARRYING 24 ROLLS OF TIOLET PAPER ON THE TRAIN, THOSE BITTERSWEET TUNES OF YESTERYEAR THAT SKIP THROUGH YOUR MIND AS YOU READ THE NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION ON THE BACK OF A BOX OF FROZEN PIZZA AND OPT FOR A PINT OF ICE CREAM INSTEAD, THOSE SPECIAL DITTIES THAT ACCOMPANY YOUR SMASHING THE BAR CODE OF A CAN OF RED BULL AGAINST THE SCANNER OF BROKEN SELF-CHECKOUT MACHINE. CVS BANGERS IS COMMERCE ITSELF, AND COMMERCE, MY FACELESS INTERNET FRIENDS, IS BEAUTIFUL.

Yey. From Philly and the internet, into a solid Coogi-sweater-based solo show next door to the New Museum and onto New York art-domination of various sorts… Mr. Musson, we salute you.

Now fuck off while I listen to this mixtape and shop for coral hair color and bandaids online and blast this mixtape, pretending that I am shopping at an IRL CVS and not slowly building a tower of dirty laundry to block the door and bury me in a hermit kingdom of social anxiety and internet porn. #neverafkagain

Here’s the track list. Shout out Art Weekly.

“I Wanna Know What Love Is,” Foreigner
“Where Have All the Cowboys Gone,” Paula Cole
“(I Just) Died in Your Arms Tonight,” Cutting Crew
“I Love You Always Forever,” Donna Lewis
“Oh Sherry,” Steve Perry
“Lady in Red,” Chris de Burgh
“Islands in the Stream,” Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers
“It Must Have Been Love,” Roxette
“These Dreams,” Heart