New GD&TOP single "High High," vocals and beats twisted as electronically tight as they can be, club music contorted into pretzels, and GD & TOP finally breaking into song* at 2:20. I think even the Brits in my readership - if any Brits are still reading - will be won over by this one.
*EDIT: When they do this they spell out G-H-E-T-T-O E-L-E-C-T-R-O, and googling the term I got a St. Louis Record Company (their Website streaming what I'd ignorantly or archaically call "industrial dance rock"); DJ Godfather, a ghettotech guy from Detroit; Egyptian Lover, an electro hop DJ from L.A.; and this very strange entry at Urban Dictionary: Generating money for your home via money saving methods. Origin: Originating for Korea, it was first heard in the mythological pairing of a dragon and a white haired extremely good looking man. "The hamster is not running fast enough to generate enough ghetto electro to heat my shower." That's tongue-in-cheek, presumably. Right?