A significant portion of Neon Indian's debut album sounds like wandering onto the set of "The Price Is Right" totally mashed on nitrous oxide. Everything on "Psychic Chasms" bears a bold, layered, '70s-style groove - but it's slowed to a delightfully languid pace and arcs dreamily between tinny and muffled tones. The chill wave might have crashed and receded, but the melodies of "(if I knew, I'd tell you)" or "Laughing Gas" will still make you feel relaxed, slap-happy and a little numb in the face.

A significant portion of Neon Indian's debut album sounds like wandering onto the set of "The Price Is Right" totally mashed on nitrous oxide. Everything on "Psychic Chasms" bears a bold, layered, '70s-style groove - but it's slowed to a delightfully languid pace and arcs dreamily between tinny and muffled tones. The chill wave might have crashed and receded, but the melodies of "(if I knew, I'd tell you)" or "Laughing Gas" will still make you feel relaxed, slap-happy and a little numb in the face.

Droning dream-pop duo Asobi Seksu opens the show.