Susumu Yokota’s career has been mercurial enough to warrant the many pseudonyms under which he has released his work. Flitting from house to techno and back again, Yokota has brought his musical curiosity and energy to every genre he’s chosen to embrace.

With his new album, “Zero,” Yokota returns to the dance floor with slinky beats and samples that combine a familiarity with house music favorites and Yokota’s forward-thinking flourishes. “Zero,” the last in a series that includes previous albums “1998” and “1999,” sums up Yokota’s long affair with dance music.

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