Gang Gang Dance’s compelling, beat-savvy experiment in noise-rock will surely melt Nashville faces. Like fellow freak flag-fliers Animal Collective, with whom the Gang shares a penchant for genre-hopping (from shoegaze to techno to dub-step to No Wave), GGD’s latest album, Eye Contact, is also their most accessible. Still, be warned: This is a left-of-the-dial affair. Likewise, fans of Swedish duo The Knife should dig GGD singer Liz Bougatsos’ haunting Kate Bush wail, accompanied by discordant if sometimes sublime synth-pop. But GGD also possesses mainstream appeal as evinced by Florence & The Machine’s baroque-pop hit “Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)” — in which snippets of GGD’s mystical, majestic, synth-hop odyssey “House Jam” are overtly plagiarized. Besides their penchant for the avant-garde, Gang Gang Dance also brings some heavy beats. For example, new single “Glass Jar” builds into an entrancing, trip-hop anthem that's as booty-shaking as anything currently on 101.1 The Beat Jamz.