Let it Go
Label: Dragonette Inc
Sassier than Gaga, more indie than Scissor Sisters, Dragonette have always been the electro-pop diva for the uber-hipster pop fan. But perhaps inspired by their charting turn on Martin Solveig's "Hello," the Canadian cool kids seem to be targeting every kind of pop fan. Bodyparts still has its dark corners and campy edges: Just see the fierce catwalk strut of "Right Woman" or the creative party anthem "My Legs." And the whole thing is somewhat obsessed with disco and synth-pop dramatic enough to star in a John Hughes movie. And yet, there's an easy accessibility to the whole thing.