Well partly is the short answer!  According to this Wikipedia page, Wonky Pop is a term used to describe a loose grouping of musical acts that play what the BBC calls “quirky, catchy and credible pop”. The style is rooted in the eccentric side of 1980s pop music.[1]The term “wonky” is a British English word meaning unsteady, shaky, awry, or wrong. The BBC has reported that the term was both coined by and is owned by the manager of Mika while The Independent has reported the term was coined by Peter Robinsonfounder of the blog Popjustice.

The following bands are cited as the influencers of Wonky Pop

David Bowie, Kate Bush, Eurythmics, Blondie, Kylie Minogue, Abba, New Order, Madonna, Prince and Yazoo

While the following bands are all said to be Wonkypop Bands

Alphabeat, Annie, Bat For Lashes, The Big Pink, Clor, Dan Black, Das Pop, Diana Vickers, The Dolly Rockers, Empire of The Sun, Example, Flamboyant Bella, Florence and the Machine ,Frankmusik ,Goldfrapp ,Kid Cudi, Lady Gaga ,Ladyhawke ,La Roux ,Little Boots ,Pixie Lott ,Marina And The Diamonds ,Master Shortie ,M.I.A. ,Mika ,Mr Hudson ,Passion Pit ,Sam Sparro ,Santigold ,Luke Steele ,The Ting Tings ,Siobhan Donaghy ,Scissor Sisters ,VV Brown.

Here’s a great picture that sums up Wonkypop according to this cool website This Is Wonky