After giving us a slew of accessible rock acts, all eyes are on Montreal for the next great hype. Think About Life certainly has the hooks required for world domination, but they drench them in dirty Casios and lo-fi beats. From the muffled melodies of “Paul Cries” to the dancey introspection on “Serious Chords,” Think About Life’s debut record has more in common with noise bands then their Bowie-approved contemporaries. Topped off by some guest verses from Subtitle and stunning artwork from Jack Dylan, the self-titled record is a messy and cerebral masterpiece that will probably never blow up.