On McCoy, Pablo Roman Alcala applies a brilliantly abstract approach to underground house. The title track is stripped back and spacious, its lithe yet forceful rhythms providing the basis for spacey synths and off the wall piano tinkling. Agaric's version is more direct, as heavy, dubby drums are fused with spacey, cloudy chords and trippy vocal snippets to create a keta-house groove. And then it's back to Beaner's own fantastical sound. "Taradise" is what its title suggests, a trip to the outer limits, where plaintive piano keys are combined with a surging bass to create dance music that's not rooted in the real world.