If you thought it seemed too soon for a new Goat record, you’d be right; this is Nymph, but you can’t be faulted for mistaking the two bands. Both bands steep their fascination with the idea of world music in heavy-psych and improvisation. Where the two bands differ is that the variety of sources cited by Nymph is apparent in the music: Battle Funk (track 2) is the septet’s take on Bollywood soundtracks, Raag Mon (track 3) travels south-east with a didgeridoo-sounding guitar in a track that sounds fit for an alternative temple run by your shit-head younger cousin. Raag Mon leads right in to the final track and title track of the album. The opening and closing tracks are good examples of what is being called “desert-psych” now: think Lawrence of Arabia meets Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.