Il Est Vilaine aren't from Brittany, but you could say they are tricksters. The Francophiles among you might have caught on to the corny pun in their name: which beats a certain presidential candidate to the punch line, all while turning the name of the pastoral Ile-et-Vilaine region into, literally, 'he's a nasty woman". But these born-and-bred Parisians don't take themselves too seriously, especially in an era in which there is much too much of that happening. Indie dance with an attitude that will appeal to fans of fellow French brands like It's A Fine Line or Correspondant. Highlights include the punk-funk of dynamic opener "Violent Vacuum Cleaner", the oddball house (Barnt style) of "Gouda" or the garage rock anthem "Rocket Fire".