In an online biography that strives—with maximum pretension—to illustrate the disparate personalities behind the electro-pop duo Powerkompany, singer Marie Davon is called "a pixie engulfed by emerald waters and ancient mountains." As for Andrew Heaton, he's "the gleaming other half of that golden Arabian ring, the missing piece to her creative jigsaw puzzle—towering, dusky, his leather boots stomping." The tone is cheesy, but it gets at the duo's knack for uniting disparate musical ends. To wit: rustic folk charm meets soaring synth architecture. Brittle, ukulele-bound twee meets eerily distorted soundscapes. Maybe not the magic their Web presence reaches for, but it works.