It took me four tracks into Michael before a realized things sounded awfully familiar. I soon learned that Les Sins was a project of Chaz Bundick. In many ways, this could have been a Toro Y Moi album, but happily it is not. Instead it's a bit more versatile and experimental, for better or worse, but by in large, better. It features one actual song with vocals and lyrics, with the rest mostly a combination of samples and beats. It maybe mistake for a dance our house album, but that's selling it short. The closest comparison would be the latest by SBTRKT or even Flying Lotus, although it lacks the playfulness of the former and the downright difficulty of the latter. But I digress, because it really is a rather ambitious and versatile album, feature some truly awe inspiring moments, like on the end of standout track "Bother." And while it might not reach the highs of Toro Y Moi's own latest, it's a pleasant and rather scenic diversion. I dig it.