Taking throbbing bass lines, electro beats and a DIY punk approach, DFA Records boss James Murphy created a dirty disco sound that produced a soundtrack for 2000s, hipster New York and influenced a new wave of producers intent on making rock music danceable. LCD Soundsystem was born when Murphy struck up a friendship with Les Savy Fav's drummer Pat Mahoney while producing them and the pair built a studio together before creating the demo Losing My Cool. Parodying an obsession with coolness, the track became a huge underground hit and, inundated with requests to play live, Murphy was forced to put together a band from friends signed to his label. Debut album LCD Soundsystem (2005) cemented his reputation as one of music's most diverse and innovative thinkers and singles Daft Punk Are Playing At My House and Disco Infiltrator became dance floor anthems of the most discerning indie club nights. The band's follow-up Sound Of Silver (2007) garnered even more praise, winning the Grammy Award for Best Electronic/Dance Album and being named album of the year by The Guardian, Drowned In Sound and Uncut; while the single North American Scum captured Murphy's post-modern angst and trademark fidgety funk groove. The band recorded a track for the soundtrack to the film 21 - led by infectious single Drunk Girls - before they returned with what is claimed to be their final album, This Is Happening (2010).