London synthpop extraordinaires Empathy Test create a world with their sunny and cinematic music on Safe From Harm and go post-apocalyptic and groovy on Losing Touch.
"Mustn't Hurry" is another excellent Fever Ray song that operates on varied planes of meaning and will thrill devotees while still likely remaining little weird for your average pop fan.
On Four Tet's remix, you can't escape the beat, which arrives within a split second of starting and soldiers on at a steady 120 beats per minute throughout.
"[Scratch is] like this jester and he's joking around and people discount him, almost like he's a clown but he's actually speaking these deep truths in jokes."
On his latest single, Craig Wedren draws from his experience in the music circuit to inhabit styles from within. Call it ambient pop with a post-dubstep bent.