Don't go looking for much Jesus and Mary Chain influence on this EP from the U.K.'s Samoyed. Released on Lukid's Glum label, these are dancefloor fillers for the furrowed-brow crowd, flipping 4/4 beats into something stumbling and comfortably numb. The raw styles of Moodymann and Omar-S are precedents, as is the lo-fi funk of Kassem Mosse, but Samoyed has plenty of range. The title track is double-barreled techno drizzled in sour milk; "Klondike Rush" is a sturdy, old-school raver. The dreamy "Cherry Ripe" shows off Samoyed's sensitive side, like a disco edit of Boards of Canada.