By Ty Burr
Updated March 17, 2020 at 02:56 AM EDT

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Beautiful music for clever 21st- century lads and lassies. The impish knob-twiddler also known as Keigo Oyamada has emerged from his Tokyo studio with a worthy follow-up to 1998’s Fantasma: 11 irresistible sound collages that feature driving beats, amiable guitar acoustics, and a quadraphonic sense of aural play that encourages rampant headphone abuse. Songs like ”Point of View Point” yank your ears in four different directions at once; better yet, tracks like ”Bird Watching at Inner Forest” exude a sly humanistic warmth. A

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