The freshly New Yorker–approved Das Racist, busying themselves since the release of their excellent mixtape Sit Down, Man by touring the world, popped up this week on a track from Keepaway, a Brooklyn indie-psych trio. We suggest you check it out, for multiple reasons: Keepaway's woozy, layered beat makes excellent use of Sharper Image CD–esque nature sounds; the track partially involves a tiff breaking out because Victor didn't invite Himanshu to the zoo (“You know I like the zoo too,” “you can come to the zoo too / we can look at giraffes and kangaroos too”); it reminded us of that time Raekwon visited the zoo; and it includes the phrase “a yo, this rap shit is boring." There's also Himansu's track-ending ad-lib: “Ohhhh, violence. Violencia! I might be prone to smack a dude, occasionally. I like books and shit too, but that doesn't mean ... Smart and funny. Smart and funny. Smart and funny. And violent.” Is that the mission statement?