I won’t write much about it, but it is jarring and beautiful, often managing to combine ideas in shockingly effective ways. The two highlights for me were the Indonesian-influenced collaborations with Nova.
Here’s Colony Collapse:
I find the 2012 take on the Indonesian song Gendjer-Gendjer fascinating as well, which, as rumor has it, one hundred members of Gerwani (Indonesian Women’s Movement) sang and danced to as they killed six generals and threw them into a well during the failed 1960 Communist coup (read more here!).
Anyway, the whole album is worthwhile, although these two songs I found to be the most immediately accessible. The album is demanding and its eclecticism can be a bit overwhelming, but give it a few listens.