You can't fully experience Brooklyn techno-rockers MEN unless you catch them in person. Oh, their videos will prepare you: the sensuous abstract expressionism of "Simultaneously," the cable-access Dadaism of "Off Our Backs" and the radical wrestling and outré dancing of "Credit Card Babies" reveal a band that's even more obsessed with art than with craft. But as with their compatriot Peaches, it's not enough to be a voyeur; if you're not matching their sweat equity with moves of your own, you're missing out on most of the action. Led by Le Tigre keyboardist JD Samson, with fierce dueling guitars from Ginger Brooks Takahashi and Michael O'Neill, MEN stimulate the pleasure center of your brain without shutting down the rest of it. "Credit Card Babies" might just make you hold an internal debate on the financial and emotional toll of childbearing and rearing while you're shaking your ass and checking out the crowd. And isn't that exactly the right time?