Four albums in, Junior Boys have established a distinctly recognizable brand. Jeremy Greenspan's breathy hooks mingle with rubbery synthesizer bounce and airy washes of mood-setting sound. So while the new "It's All True" experiments with frantic tempos ("Itchy Fingers") and new depths of despaired balladry ("Playtime"), there's no mistaking this record for anything else.

Four albums in, Junior Boys have established a distinctly recognizable brand. Jeremy Greenspan's breathy hooks mingle with rubbery synthesizer bounce and airy washes of mood-setting sound. So while the new "It's All True" experiments with frantic tempos ("Itchy Fingers") and new depths of despaired balladry ("Playtime"), there's no mistaking this record for anything else.

Unfortunately, the album lacks both the expert sonic landscaping of debut "Last Exit" and an ace single a la "In the Morning" or "Parallel Lines," so shout for the classics Thursday.