When they arrived on the scene about a decade ago, a good deal of the appeal of Holy Fuck came in their brash outsiderdom — and how well they fit in despite that. They used piles of outdated electronics and non-instruments to create music that lurched from brash and burning to smooth and groovy. You’d rightly react to their music with their band name, both in the positive and negative. Best case scenario, you say it out of awe; worst case scenario, you say it out of exasperation. Though it took six years to come, their latest record, Congrats, will likely do a good deal of both.