White Car’s music is perturbing, disturbing, and alienating. It’s as if a group of lunatics decided to make industrially-inclined electro-funk music using iron and steel machinery. But it is catchy. Maybe because slipped in among the gears we find that synthetic sensuality that artists like Prince or Bowie did so well in the 80s, resulting in a dizzying cocktail that mixes the coldness of machinery with the emotional sparks of a soul on fire. Or maybe it’s just that “Everyday Grace” is an album that is extremely well thought-out, and even better executed. It’s up to you. Listen to all of it after the break.