Wisp Honor Beats Sublight
If you keep up with our weekly top ten, you'll notice that Sublight artists have been having their way with us - and Wisp is no exception. Honor Beats is, dare we say it, the perfect semblance of medieval breakcore (complete with bagpipes, heavy synths, and some wholly dark ambiance). This dude has done himself, and probably J.R.R. Tolkien, quite proud.
Minimalist master Ezekiel Honig takes inspiration for his latest album Scattered Practices not from other producers or even something like film, but from French philosopher Michel de Certeau's book The Practice Of Everyday Life. Manipulating found sounds from the streets, his own apartment, and other elements of daily existence, Honig crafts his trademark ambient techno in a slightly different, more conceptual shape this time around. Read more »