Right around the turn of the millennium a guy named Moby released an album called Play, eighteen critically acclaimed songs that condensed electronic trends of the time into the smoothest possible ride. Every single song on the album was licensed for TV commercials and the whole thing was basically inescapable for about two years. The market for innocuous electronic lullabies has grown more saturated, but Washington duo Odesza have become hugely popular in certain circles of young people. (More than one article has cited marijana legalization as an explanation.) The guest vocalists are interesting – Spanish group Chamanas and the generally unlistenable Regina Spektor – but I wouldn’t be surprised if their next album went the Selena Gomez/Demi Lovato route, especially now that they snagged a few Grammy nominations. They sold out two nights in Boston so you might want to get tickets early. Sofi Tukker and Chet Porter open.