The album sorts itself after a handful of listens, or just a couple for those who adore the producer's musical palette (think of the dark space between the underground Burial and the more above ground Trentemøller), but the big win for SBTRKT is that these songs are worth latching onto, including the title track where R&B vocalistSampha declares "impermanence is so permanently with me," thus stating the album's flights-of-fancy theme. With "Problem (Solved)," that fancy is creating an R&B, pop-and-lock ballad with the murky Hyperdub set in mind, while "Voices in My Head" with A$AP Ferg is cloud rap-jazz with all the off-kilter beats and smoked-out lyrics that infers. When Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig joins for "New Dorp. New York.," indie dance is brought into the mist as if LCD Soundsystem did downers exclusively, and while the track is a new kind of swagger that satisfies, it's another dark dip into the album's endless cavern of maudlin.