Music go Music Expressions (Secretly Canadian) North American alternative bands seem to fall into one of two categories at the moment: the dour, drab and deliberately abstruse, like Arcade Fire, or the glitzy, genre-aping likes of MGMT. Music Go Music fall somewhere in between. Melding disco rhythms with the sort of louche vocals you'd expect from an indie band, the Californian three-piece are a sumptuous affair, and in Gala Bell possess a singer who sounds uncannily like both the women from Abba in one gorgeous voice. Such is the debt they owe to the Swedes that Light of Love even has that sort of barrelling, piano-driven feel of their early hits, replete with cheesy whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa-whoas, chugging guitars and thickly laid strings. It's an accomplished debut that is all the more startling for the professionalism of its arrangements. Lead single Warm in the Shadows is a Heart of Glass-era Blondie-esque disco stomp that reeks of mirror balls, rollerskates and nostrils full of dancefloor talc. At times it overdoes the MOR thing: check out Reach Out, which - again sounding like Stockholm's favourite foursome - gets a little proggy as it swerves in and out of disco and rock. But the whole thing is redeemed with a killer chorus and descending guitar solo befitting of, amazingly, Rush. If Expressions falls down, it's because at times it sounds just a little too polished, overproduced and clinical.