So MGMT, a couple years after a gold record, a handful of legitimately stupendous electro-pop singles, involuntary inclusion in several possibly imaginary music scenes (the Wesleyan Mafia, the Brooklyn Indie-Rock Renaissance), two Grammy nominations, a touring and collaboration regimen characterized more by who they turned down (Lady Gaga, U2, Radiohead, Jay-Z—sort of), and a raft of bizarre (and oft-paisley-based) fashion debacles (co-member Andrew VanWyngarden, on... More >>>