Ninety years of Disney means there are many vaults worth of eerie concepts and jingles that got shelved away. "The Song of the Seeonee" by composer Terry Gilkyson was cut from The Jungle Book (1967)for being too dark, along with "Brothers All" (although many creepier songs were left in). The nature of these tunes – littered with spooky calls from damsels in distress and the sinister sorcery of an earlier magic kingdom – worm their way into former Arab Strap member Aidan Moffat's "Neverland Transmission", a languid, downtempo Disney nightmare featuring a spectrum of age-old classics like "Scales and Arpeggios" from The Aristocatsand Peter Pan's"Second Star to the Right". It's a dreamy journey turned nightmare-ish nirvana, a complete u-turn from L. Pierre's (aka Aidan Moffat) earlier work in the Scottish indie rock duo. Burning with a slow fuse, this molten mix rebuffs the pristine Disney veneer for a pleasurable cruise to Neverland's magical shores.