Adult. is savvy music for electro grown-ups who still like to kid. But seriously, the husband-and-wife duo of Adam Lee Miller and Nicola Kuperus lay down analog electronic funk that swerves into tones of new wave, dadaist lyrical playfulness and a post-post-modern grab bag of modern sounds and beats. With Adult., comparisons to Kraftwerk are both obvious (the immediate Autobahn groove and tone) and subtle (the humor, the minimalist arrangement, etc.), but they're only a starting point to the exploration in which these two are indulging.

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