In my romantic recollection of the ’80s, I am never sporting the fluorescent rompers or crimped hair that my elementary school photos expose. Instead, I choose to remember the decade as a dreamy, super-cool land full of non-murderous Patrick Batemans, flatteringly tailored pant legs, and bands that sound a lot like Brooklyn’s Bear in Heaven. While not strictly derivative, Bear in Heaven milks a world of smooth synthesizers, echoing vocals and keyboard riffs that sound like they’re chugging along the highway with Robocop. In their recent release, I Love You, It’s Cool, the modernity is in the mix: The music will give you flashbacks to that German prog-rock club you’ve never actually been to in real life, while still being pop enough to allow an occasional sing-along. Keeping the evening under a continual fog machine haze is Portland’s Blouse (a.k.a. Beach House-lite) and Canada’s electro-eclectics Doldrums.