Filled with dense but nevertheless airy jams that recall Jaga Jazzist as much as Caribou and Amon Tobin, You Are Beautiful At All Times, from Joe Corrales’ alter ego Yppah, keeps it busy but interesting. His ambition is a bit large on some tunes, including the stumbling “The Subtleties That Count.” But the poignant pull of “Good Like That” and the crackling funk of “In My Drink” and more make the trip through this Texan’s turntablism worth it. Just make sure to turn up the bass; the treble is as heavy as a Dallas carnivore.