A consistently inventive outfit, WhoMadeWho use their pedigrees in rock, jazz, experimental music, and dance to keep their music fresh. In the mid-2000s, the Danish trio's fusion of punk, funk, and disco on releases like 2005's WhoMadeWho was in line with the indie-meets-dance trends of the time. As the years passed, however, their drive to innovate set them apart from many of the groups from that era. On 2009's The Plot, they added prog and surf rock to their eclectic influences, while the companion albums Knee Deep (2011) and Brighter (2012) showcased the breadth of their emotional range. Later in the 2010s, the band balanced the song-oriented pop of 2014's Dreams with mix albums for esteemed dance labels like Get Physical. By the time of 2020's Synchronicity, WhoMadeWho had created a space between the club and indie scenes that was entirely their own.