Always the hacksawed mohawk to every other electro popper‘s well coiffed asymmetrical shag, Gimme Trouble once again establishes Adam Miller, Nicola Kuperus, and recently added guitarist Sam Consiglio as well abreast of the rest, achieving this via a stroll down Eno‘s Bowery of ‘78. Where drum machines once bumped booty bass amidst sine waves and familiar bleeps, now it‘s the last gasps of strangled synths and horrorshow drum machines; in place of Nicola‘s dispassionate robo-disco vocals, we now get her punk sing shouts. All in all it‘s an alluringly tactile trouble, invoking chants of “Gimmie, gimmie!”