Underworld: An electronic duo who charted a course for electronic dance music in the ’ 90s with the massive hit “Born Slippy” ( heard on the “Trainspotting” soundtrack), Underworld and its dynamic frontman, Karl Hyde, proves that dance music reaches its most transcendent heights with a human touch. Hyde and partner Rick Smith perform from a surprisingly timeless back catalog, including the reissued 1994 album “Dubnobasswithmyheadman,” at the Hollywood Bowl Sunday. ‘ What We Do in the
Shadows’ ( 2015): The world has been a darker place without “Flight of the Conchords,” and thankfully half of the duo, Jemaine Clement, is back with this amiably silly horrorcomedy, which he wrote and directed with costar Taika Waititi. Structured in documentary style, the New Zealand import follows the mundane lives of three vampire roommates who divvy up the chores and try not to stand out while satisfying their thirst for blood.