French dance duo Discodeine couldn’t have picked a better name for themselves — the music on their debut album is lush, blissed-out disco designed to make you forget about whatever pains you, without raising too much of a sweat. Opener Singular sets the tone, with its nimble dancefloor beats, chiming cowbells and lascivious whispered vocal performance from Matias Aguayo. Elsewhere, they even perform the unlikely feat of turning Pulp front man Jarvis Cocker into a smooth disco crooner on the sublime Synchronize.

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