Formerly known as Buke & Gass—a name they recently tweaked, undoubtedly because so many people mispronounced it—the Brooklyn duo of Arone Dyer and Aron Sanchez use a baritone ukulele (hence the “Buke”) and a guitar-bass hybrid (hence the “Gass,” now “Gase”) to create peculiar indie pop that hangs out on the fringes but is nonetheless incredibly catchy. The band’s 2010 debut full-length, Riposte, was one of my favorite discoveries of the year thanks to Dyer’s wispy vocals and the duo’s fractured, looping rhythms.