Has anyone seen that Alesse birth control commercial where there are all these hip 20-something women in a photo booth? The background music is breezy acid jazz with frenetic drum programming that's supposed to represent how cool and metropolitan the people are. Sadly, the tone of this album by Vancouver's Sekoya reminds me of the music in that ad - airy, urbane jazz flute, sax, keys and bass, with industrial but unobtrusive electronic beats in the back. Sadder still, the foreground in this case is Amalia "Miss Fuze" Townsend's lyrics, the sort of let-your-soul-free stream-of-consciousness slam poetry stuff that's completely appropriate to her self-indulgent hepcat cadences. Sekoya play Revival as part of the Downtown Jazz fest tonight (Thursday, July 1).