The sonically smart music collages created by DJ Me DJ You owe much to the sounds of Beck, Deee-Lite, and Fantastic Plastic Machine, with folky soundbites and funky sensations beating as one seamless

The sonically smart music collages created by DJ Me DJ You owe much to the sounds of Beck, Deee-Lite, and Fantastic Plastic Machine, with folky soundbites and funky sensations beating as one seamless sample. DJ Me DJ You masterminds Craig Borrell and Ross Harris—who in the mid-'90s delivered sexy, salacious, and spacey soundscapes under the Sukia guise (the single "Gary Super Macho" remains a delight!)—effortlessly prove that musical opposites do, indeed, attract. Can You See the Music, the third full-length from the duo, opens with "People Together," a breezy, hip-hop-hued, hippie shake anthem that harks back to the days of the 5th Dimension. One track later, on "Fresh Technology," the pair twist sonic textures, resulting in glorious technological circuitry gone awry. The wigged-out "Salsa & Microchips" is the type of song that would surely have been played at the B-52's' love shack. Can You See the Music includes a bonus DVD—it is here that you can truly see the music.—MP