For those who have seen me ramble about indie pop or indie dance music, it’s incredibly hard to find an artist who can be original yet still maintain that infectious style of music, and Norwegian electro-pop trio Musique le Pop understands that. Their single, “Time Changes” is what some people may call an “ear worm”, despite the fact that “time changes” is repeated often, the repetition is neither annoying or obnoxious, in fact, it’s just damn catchy. Try not humming this song after listening to it, I dare you. Completely reminiscent of late ’90′s and early ’00′s European dance music, singer Elizabeth Thorsen reminds me of French musician Yelle and Sade (that somewhat sultry way of singing ) and against the backdrop of more updated electronic beats , the blend is a success.The reason why is because they truly know what they are doing, both musicians Christoffer Schou and Jon Furuheim have been in successful electronic groups before. And the problem of indie dance music (especially in America) is that everything is getting divided into specific electronic subgenres: chillwave, house, dubstep, etc. But it seems that Musique le Pop has managed to steer clear and just create music that everyone can enjoy because it’s just insanely danceable. With only their single out on the record label Minty Fresh, the trio are currently in the studio working on a full length album, hoping to release “more singles in the borderline between dance friendly indie, twee and electronica”. What may seem like a big task to overtake, it’s alright because Musique le Pop totally knows what they are doing when it comes to infectious music.