For a band whose live shows are so heavily visual, The City Music Project makes pretty sweet albums. Mixing bass-heavy textures and snappy beats with true songwriting hooks, they offer something to hold on to when the light show powers down and the video loops are switched off. This week, the duo of singer-songwriter Frank Cervantes and DJ Adrian Palashevsky puts out their second full-length, fittingly called Visual-Audio, which continues down the dub-electronic path forged by their 2010 self-titled debut. Check out “Chemistry” below; you can also take in their multimedia extravaganza at their record release party this Thursday, March 3, at World Cafe Live. City Rain, who we profiled in a Philly Local Phile last week, opens the show. The City Music project performs with City Rain at 9 p.m. at World Cafe Live; tickets to the show are $15.