If you're familiar with Aquarian Foundation, you'll know what to expect here: laid-back, dub-influenced jams. "Roamin'" is as comfortable and retro as a beanbag chair, with its groovy keyboard, gently shuffling drums and sparing dub FX. "New Jack Bubble," with pads that sound as if they're yawning, and the tribal-influenced "Low Moves" are classic Mood Hut tracks. The latter settles into an 11-minute trance complete with nature samples, a relaxing head massage that calls back to Tanner Matt's addictive "Messages" from the third Mood Hut 12-inch, in 2013.
On the rest of Music For Beings, the trio show off some new ideas. Standout track "Spring Step" is Detroit techno through the frosted lens of Vancouver, with breezy pads and a bassline that wiggles like a caterpillar. "Dew Droppinn II" balances Pearson Sound-style stutters with a slo-mo electro skeleton, while "Spirals" is a perfect wind-down, with careful drum programming and a touch of jazzy instrumentation. Music For Beings encapsulates the label's appealing ethos: old-school but inventive, aloof yet engaging.