Nothing says “introverted indie kids gone wild” like this compilation sprung from the glam-giddy loins of LA’s Par Avion night. Selections range from harmless bubblegum electropop by Spain’s Galactica to an endearingly queasy nod to French pop by Osaka’s Eel-Fille Unique. Bopping back to the teen scene of 1960s France known as y»-y» while maintaining a robotic pelvic thrust forward, Global Indie Clubpop isn’t as heinous as the title sounds. Discerning shimmy-shakers will find that NYC’s I Am The World Trade Center, LA’s Seksu Roba, and Montreal’s Stars provide spoonfuls of medicine to help the sugar go down.