Scotland’s Django Django are purveyors of a new blend of psychedelic music—one that blends electronica, pop, and rock, all with a mindful dance beat. One would not be unfair to suggest that they are also updating the Baggy movement of the late 80s. All the signs are there: cool grooves, smooth rhythms, lyrics that are slightly surreal and have more than a passing nod to Syd Barrett, and a devil-may-care attitude. Fortunately, they’re apparently more interested in adding these elements to modern sounds, so the result is a modern-sounding dance music. Songs like “Skies over Cairo” and “Hail Bop” will get you on the dance floor, “Silver Rays” will get your blood flowing, “Waveforms” will bring you down after a long night, a perfect chill-out for a Sunday morning post-rave groove. Though Django Django‘s a dancer, it does veer off for one moment: “Hands of Man” is a mellow, lackadaisical country ballad; it would be interesting to hear a more melodic, less groove-minded sides, as that sort of loveliness is always bubbling under the surface. But they’re young—and talented—so it will be interesting to see what the future holds for this promising young band.