El Guincho dons his best Animal Collective costume on his third full-length, an album filled with Afrobeat and tropical rhythms. Yet it doesn’t sound derivative in the least, as evidenced by standout track “Bombay,” which leads the album off with a unique mix of African music and Cuban melodies. “(Chica-Oh) Drims,” the best song on the album, mixes a dream-like background harmony with a repetitive and inviting synth, which combine to serve as the perfect stage for El Guincho’s vocals. The album veers, in general, more in the direction of its Afrobeat influences, but for El Guincho, variety is the spice of life, as he samples from genres that stretch from the exotic (Tropicália) to the familiar (1960s rock-and-roll).