Saucy Sheffield-centered dance-pop duo Moloko combine electronic danceability with lyrical wittiness. Successfully merging elements of trip hop, acid jazz and house, multi-talented vocalist Roisin Murphy and producer Mark Brydon create club classics with great radio crossover appeal. Murphy's coy lyrics and tangy vocal textures match up with Brydon's addictively freakish beats and melodic effects to draw a sizable international audience. Establishing an unusual music tradition derived from excessive study of Massive Attack, Portishead and Olive among others, Moloko balances out sensuality with innocent charm, electronic oddities with pop-friendly forms. Mainstream exposure makes it impossible to miss the sounds of Moloko.