A scene-making noise group whose influence would be hard to overstate, Black Dice was onto something when it veered from hardcore punk to anxious ambient music lo so many years ago. It led the way for countless Brooklyn bands with gear boxes and tangles of wires at their disposal, and helped appropriate the art of making noise from a generation long since past. Plus, it’s gotten considerably better as time has moved on: 2007’s Load Blown, as well asits 2009 follow-up Repo, are becoming collections of scrappy songs that showcase the band’s more bubbly, organic matter with an approachable air. The brand new Mr. Impossible is by far the most immediately accessible album Black Dice has made, with an emphasis on straightforward hooks still seemingly garbled by a scrambling device.