For those readers who think electronic music is a racket, you might stop reading now.
To wit: Indian Wells, the Italian “tennistronic” outfit, whose roster lists Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe, and Andrè Agassi, among many others. Within ten seconds of album opener “Wimbledon 1980″ you’ll see what they’re up to: tennis ball percussion, commentary samples, well-mannered applause, and a touch of synthesizer for flavor. The title track creates a glitchy net of loops, underspins and volleys. Our favorite service is “Deuce.” Slower, murkier, best of three. Game point.