It's fitting that even the electronic duo's name doubles as a bit of onomatopoeia, since its music typically eschews words altogether. Instead, the Brooklyn-based pair - Mike Stroud (guitar/synthesizer/percussion) and Evan Mast (bass/synthesizer/percussion) - fills its most recent album Magnifique with instrumental cuts that range from the dreamy, seductive title track to more dance floor-oriented fare like "Nightclub Amnesia," a booming cut that works up a sweat reminiscent of Homework-era Daft Punk.

It's fitting that even the electronic duo's name doubles as a bit of onomatopoeia, since its music typically eschews words altogether. Instead, the Brooklyn-based pair - Mike Stroud (guitar/synthesizer/percussion) and Evan Mast (bass/synthesizer/percussion) - fills its most recent album Magnifique with instrumental cuts that range from the dreamy, seductive title track to more dance floor-oriented fare like "Nightclub Amnesia," a booming cut that works up a sweat reminiscent of Homework-era Daft Punk.