My introduction to “Pork and the Future Sound of Hull” was at a house party in LA. Somewhere between those quaint coastal towns, the label happened upon Bloomington’ndiana and the music of Referencered. For Your Safety takes downtempo formulas and gives them a vigorous shake. Hauntingly beautiful at times, disorienting and goofy at others, the album coaxes smiles either way. Even the song titles (“Electronic Beats Made Easy”) get to poke fun. Even “Tribute to the PSS-140” (named after an old Yamaha keyboard) wears this lo-fi aesthetic on its sleeve. Great to see that even after arguably creating their own genre, Pork can still introduce some odd agents.