It's the satisfying bass line, jazz beat and exploding synths that make Lola Marsh's "You're Mine" irresistible. Vocals float to quivering high-pitched angles from deep, colorful bellows. The Israeli duo effortlessly melts genres and Middle Eastern melodies to build instant pop classics or folk declarations. Their other recently released track "Sirens" paints a landscape populated by sprawling guitars and freckled with epic percussion. Lola Marsh are equal parts haunting and steamy, the way a disorienting yet satisfying dream leaves you on a Sunday morning.