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Cut Copy, ‘In Ghost Colours’ (Modular)

With their second album, Australian trio Cut Copy prove that 2005’s unexpected dance-rock gem Bright Like Neon Love was no fluke. In Ghost Colours,coproduced by DFA’s Tim Goldsworthy, teems with gracefully fluid jams like “Hearts on Fire” and “Nobody Lost, Nobody Found,” and seamlessly moves from creamy French house homages to spacey psychedelic rock. Leader Dan Whitford isn’t the sharpest lyricist and nearly undercuts the melodic delights with clunky choruses such as “Listen to the voice that says all right.” But with songs this hooky, it’s impossible not to enjoy Cut Copy’s lush new-wave revival.

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