This Canadian indie rock quartet offers angular, manic pop songs that stand out in a famously forlorn genre. It’s all spat syllables and weird time signatures. Call it dance-punk. Their breakout debut LP, "Make up the Breakdown," won numerous awards in the genre and scored hit singles with "Bandages" and "Talk to Me, Dance with Me." The group’s latest album, "Future Breeds," was recorded in their own studio by their own rules, leaning more toward an electronic variant of their unique formula; more dance than punk, they suppose, but the spirit is the constant. Simply put, the music thrashes.
Added by monikaatnta on August 23, 2010