Six months worth of clandestine field recordings, ranging from tennis and basketball courts to ice-skating rinks and child daycare centers, are the starting point for one of the most entertaining electronic albums to come down the pike in years. You can truly appreciate the sound of a public swimming pool once it‘s been digitally obliterated and re-fabricated in a vivacious, bit-zapped format that you can bug out to in your car. This concept would only be cool for a few minutes if it weren‘t for Mommy‘s brilliantly spastic and deeply perceptive production style…which makes it really, really cool for the full 44-minutes, that is.