New Zealand’s Bevan Smith, who has played with Ruby Suns and worked on his own under the monikers Signer and Aspen, has a new, self-titled album out now on Carpark Records as Introverted Dancefloor. On it, Smith cooks up an idiosyncratic blend of indie-pop, electro, techno, leftfield, and more. He employed a minimalist modus operandi during production by restricting his instrumental arsenal to just two synths, a mic, a filter and an effects processor. But given that, the tracks he came up with seem surprisingly atmospheric. And here, for the first time, you can soak up some alternate variations on a trio of tracks from the album, which offer a kind of funhouse-mirror view of what Introverted Dancefloor might have been like in some parallel universe.