Last week, Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary told Dazed that at a certain point a couple of years ago they fell out of touch with the club scene. This is understandable. During the 2000s, Modeselektor developed from an electronic music duo into a full-blown band. They weren't "famous" as that term is usually understood, but they toured extensively, sold out big shows and wrote songs you could hum to. Radiohead's Thom Yorke appeared on their last two albums. With Moderat, their collaboration with fellow Berliner Apparat, they made music with even more pop appeal than Modeselektor. As they became older and had kids, Bronsert and Szary might have been happy to let the club scene slide into memory. But their ongoing work with Monkeytown Records and the recently revived Seilscheibenpfeiler, which has released some strong house and techno of late, has shown that they're still interested and invested. Now we get Who Else, their fourth album, an extremely to-the-point collection of club bangers.