This is the sequel to the Toronto producer's critically acclaimed debut, Quasars And Phasars, and continues the deep disco and synthesizer soul sound with which he made his name. You hear the influence of deep house, hiphop, techno and classic R&B across the album, often all in one track. The skits and found-sound bits between songs aren't that funny the fifth time around, but isn't that always the nature of these kinds of things? Regardless, they do tend to get in the way of the smooth sexiness of the actual music. Other than that, it's a strong album of melodic modern funk.