Without using laptops or programmed backing tracks, Toronto electronic-rock ensemble Holy Fuck—currently Brian Borcherdt (keys and effects) and Graham Walsh (keys and effects) with Matt McQuaid (bass) and Matt Schulz (drums)—have been getting fans to the dance floor with their (often improvised) lo-fi electronic performances since forming back in 2004. Holy Fuck’s first recorded work, an eponymous LP (stream it below), came out a year later. “In a style of music that’s mostly created by pressing buttons and manipulating touch screens, the drummer-powered, live-in-the-studio feel of Holy Fuck provides both musical excitement and textural variety missing from most similar electro-dance albums,” per AllMusic. Last year, Holy Fuck (above, performing “Tom Tom” for KEXP FM) released their fourth full-length—the first since 2010. “Here we have Congrats, a record which sees them perfectly, finally, in balance between their jazzy, wiggy madness and their strangely melodic sensibilities,” gushed Drowned in Sound. “It’s good to have you back, Holy Fuck, and it’s a relief to say that the six-year wait for Congrats is most definitely worth it. For all their weirdo mangled machine noise, it feels like they’ve reached a beautiful plateau, a perfect crossroads between all their disparate elements, finely tuned and full of vigour.” They close out their May tour on Thursday night at The Bowery Ballroom. Toronto trio Odonis Odonis open the show.