Rilo Kiley Under the Blacklight (Warner) A Los Angeles-based band headed by two former child actors (singer Jenny Lewis of Troop Beverly Hills fame and guitarist Blake 'Boy Meets World' Sennet), Kilo Riley are a whirling confection of disparate influences combining the slick veneer of 1980s power pop with the folksy coffee shop oddities of Phoebe Buffet. Unsurprisingly, the music is difficult to pin down. Their fourth album, Blacklight is the follow- up to 2004's More Adventurous which proved to be the band's breakthrough, landing them a spot on tour with the likes of Coldplay and Conor Oberst in 2005 and countless appearances on late- night talk shows. Lewis has a gorgeous voice that can cut crystal but her lyrics subvert the pretty first impressions. The stand-out title track bathes in melodies that owe something to the New Pornographers, yet the sentiment is gritty. 'Will you get sober? Will you get kinder?' she intones, suggesting what exactly life under the blacklight entails. Mood swings are frequent, however, both lyrically and musically. Dreamworld combines Bryan Ferry with Rumours-era Fleetwood Mac, while Give a Little Love ditches the alternative-rock image for Wilson Phillips-style slush. Smoke Detector combines an understated take on the B52's camped-out surf rock with the overt sexuality that percolates through Lewis' lyrics as she describes the joys of not wearing a bra and of a 'smokin'' romp with a man. Rilo Kiley's eclectic approach is praiseworthy, but there are perhaps too many moods here for the album to hold together in its entirety.