With 2006's Sexor, Canadian DJ-producer Tiga made one of the most solidly written, impeccably produced (in part by Soulwax's Stephen and David Dewaele), and alluringly catchy dance albums of the past decade. Soaked in synths and stuttering with barely contained energy, the disc bubbles and smokes even as it emits a heatless neon hum. While his remixes are spot-on, Tiga's covers, including Talking Heads' "Burning Down The House" and Public Enemy's "Louder Than A Bomb," miss the mark. Last year's Ciao! featured further collaborations with Soulwax and LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy; while it wasn't quite as casually groundbreaking as Sexor, it lacks any dodgy covers.