Calvin Harris's debut album I Created Disco is a throwback to the end of the 20th century with retro 80s electronica and 90s electroclash. The twentysomething Scottish singer, songwriter and record producer got his big break when EMI talent scouts discovered him through his Myspace website in 2006. His music is a funkier, more upbeat version of the Pet Shop Boys' sound with a much heavier techno quality. Overall, the tracks are easy to listen to, techno tunes that will get most people up and moving. The first single, Acceptable in the Eighties pays homage to that decade. It reached the UK Top Ten in the singles chart staying there for 15 weeks. Its funky beats are guaranteed to get you at least bopping your head, if not leading the crowds to the dance floor. His second and current single The Girls looks like it will do just as well. The music video features seven groups of girls dressed in white leotards, with each group sporting a different coloured wig reflecting the colours of the rainbow. This is reminiscent of Warhol's art and reflects the visuals associated with this genre. The song incorporates a techno bass line and oddly appropriate sci-fi bleeps that will have everyone reinventing the Robot dance moves. I Created Disco is a brilliant example of this musical interpretation of Pop Art ideals and definitely deserves a listen.