This Ghent-based musical duo are rare storytellers in the world of electronic pop. Cultural appropriation; misogyny and racism; social media vanity; post-colonialism and political correctness. These are not talking points that you’d ordinarily hear on the dancefloor but Charlotte Adigéry and Bolis Pupul are ripping up the rulebook. They take the temperature of the time and funnel it into their playful synth concoctions that are never didactic and are always performed with a knowing wink. The pair broke out with their 2019 EP Zandoli, followed by their first album Topical Dancer, which received plaudits for its danceable “punchy, propulsive electro pop” (Pitchfork), and “banging fusion of funk, house and techno” (The Observer).