LONG PLAYER OF THE DAY: Ezekiel Honig, ‘Folding In On Itself’

The Artist/Album: Ezekiel Honig, Folding In On Itself (Type, 2011)

The Reason(s) We Can’t Stop Listening: As familiar–some would even say overused–as faded family photographs are on today’s record sleeves, Ezekiel Honig isn’t exactly new to the nostalgia game. The producer’s been working towards his sepia-toned sweet spot for nearly a decade, culminating in this year’s Folding In On Itself LP. Not quite an ambient or techno album, it’s more like a tranquilized state of mind; a tribute to Honig’s New York headquarters that incorporates field recordings and beat-less, battery-powered chords into postcard-like suites. No wonder why the limited colored vinyl pressing is blue.

Sample the entire thing below…

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