New York-based house producer and stylistic chameleon FattyDL strikes again with a third album of genre-hopping electronic music. Within the first track, “Stay I’m Changed,” FattyDL builds from textured ambience to a straight house track, but that unsure ambient feel remains in the background, occasionally floating to the surface and giving the track buoyancy and mystery. Friendly Fires’ Ed Macfarlane lends his falsetto to “She Sleeps,” making the track sound somewhat like a Friendly Fires remix. He sticks to samples elsewhere on the album, such as on “Straight & Arrow,” which feels like a funkier, more optimistic cousin to dubstep. This is to say FattyDL doesn’t stay within any electronic constraints of garage or bass or what have you. He freely slows down the pace on “For Karme,” gets jungley on “Finally Some Shit/The Rain Stopped” and blisses out on “Bells.” What remains constant is the fluttering sense of wonder the producer injects into each track.