Fa Ventilato and Frank Heer may currently hail from Brooklyn, but the sound they make as Bingo Palace is a far cry from the thrift-store self-consciousness of the Williamsburg set. Sounding as if Calexico and Air collaborated in order to simulate both the epic Italian prog of Goblin and Brian Eno-produced Bowie (albeit in a sleek ProTools kind of way), the conceptual leanings of Whistle Me Higher take in Western film scores, svelte house and Giorgio Moroder, and breathe them back as a Casio casino of shifting mirrors.