Formerly known as the Wildbunch, the Detroit quintet fuses state-of-the-'80s funk-wave moves with garage-rock braggadocio. Valentine's tongue-in-cheek lyrics revolve around such vital concerns as partying, dancing, women, and control (of both rock 'n' roll and Valentine himself, according to tracks on the act's current Danger! High Voltage EP on XL Recordings). As-yet-unreleased songs include "Dance Commander," "Dance Epidemic," and the hilarious, Beck-like cheese of "I'm the Bomb" (falsetto chorus: "3-2-1 I'm the bomb/ And I'm ready to go off on your shit"). The band also seems to revel in pushing boundaries and buttons, as evidenced by such hard-driving, un-PC paeans as "Gay Bar" and "She's White." Some of these tunes should surface in May on Fire, Electric Six's debut full-length release, but why wait? You can see these leisure-suit lotharios perform them live right now.