Tehran-born, London-based Ash Koosha is something of a jack-of-all-trades, dividing his time between filmmaking, soundtrack composition, and music production. He first showcased his skills in the latter category with 2015's GUUD, a quietly confident debut album on Olde English Spelling Bee. Here he graduates to the loftier climes of Ninja Tune to deliver an even stronger follow-up. There's much to admire throughout, from the woozy vocal cut-ups, Flying Lotus style beat manipulation and soaring strings of "Ooh Uh", to the fairground 'braindance' oddness of "Biutiful" [sic]. At times, he calls on his Iranian heritage, making the Arabian instrumentation, glitch-hop production and Autechre style electronics of "Mudafossil" stand out.