When Brighton-based collective The Go! Team released debut album Thunder, Lightning, Strike last year, it most likely provoked a few rounds of 'Spot the sample' among attentive listeners.
One of the finest records of 2004, what is easy to forget is that the rock/pop/soul/hip-hop stew was only pieced together from fragments of samples, and then fleshed out with the group's own breathless instrumentation, taking in wailing guitars, bass, stabbing horns and pulverising drums.
Recreated live, their soda stream pop sounds giddy and fresh - Ladyflash sashays elegantly, while Panther Dash and Junior Kickstart provide a violent aural assault, albeit one that you can dance to.
The latter is particularly successful in getting heads to nod and feet to shuffle, with female rapper Ninja introducing it by exclaiming that "This one WILL make you dance!".
More intriguing still is the sheer invention on display; with songs often embellished by banjo, harmonica, melodica or recorder, a feat rarely achieved in exuberant pop anthems, and such reckless disregard for conventions is a thrilling spectacle.
Even Ninja's insistence on call and response shouting and armwaving is met with a devoutly child-like enthusiasm.
A crowd-pleasing set is filled with the likes of The Power Is On and Bottle Rocket, as well as other delights from their debut, and a new as yet untitled song that sounds like Sonic Youth fronted by Mary J Blige.
The Go! Team's boisterous, sticky fingered pop is heartily jubilant, and it's particularly refreshing to hear such insanely catchy, danceable songs when so much pop music is self-conscious coldly slick.
Easily the most infectiously melodic act in aeons, the Brighton six-piece can't help but grin widely, and it's an expression which is reciprocated throughout this joyous evening.