Torontoâ€™s Six Heads collective â€“ here using the moniker The Clicking Mandibles Band â€“ is dedicated to what they call â€śaudio surrealism via improvisation.â€ť As has been my experience with classic works of Surrealism, what sets this apart from other sidelong-improv LPs is a puckish sense of fun. Thereâ€™s something unmistakably funny, even linguistically, about Daliâ€™s Christ face inside the tear of a rhinoceros or BuĂ±uelâ€™s dragging a piano with a pair of dead donkeys on it. The same goes here to some degree, although itâ€™s subtler. Vocal samples are run backward repeatedly on side A; sounds are made from electronics, and occasionally, an array of found objects; scuttling drones come and go. Dynamics rise and fall. The B-side is intriguingly minimal with keyboard wobbling and object play, but descriptions donâ€™t tell the whole story. As with Wintageâ€™s stylish two-color silkscreened jackets made from â€śrecycled dollar-store record coversâ€ť (mine is the back cover from The Best of the Animals), itâ€™s all about the process.