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People Places & Things
IDM, Downtempo, Minimal
FLAC vers. size:
1893 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1226 mb
WMA vers. size:
1647 mb
Other formats
4.6 ★

People Places & Things (Album). Ezekiel Honig & Morgan Packard. Ezekiel Honig & Morgan Packard - Early Morning Migration (Album). Scattered Practices (Album).

Listen free to Ezekiel Honig – People Places & Things (Passing Through, Falling Down and more). Bathed in atmospheric warmth, colorful tones and found sounds, People Places & Things becomes more organic electronics, transporting the music to rural settings and greener pastures.

Ezekiel Honig, a New York City native, is a musician and label manager for Microcosm Music and Anticipate Recordings Ezekiel Honig. Having put out two successful albums, Technology Is Lonely and People, Places & Things, Honig collaborated with friend and fellow musician Morgan Packard on Early Morning Migration. The album received praise from critics and was a highly successful album within the subgenre. Honig's fourth album, Scattered Practices, was a departure from his earlier work. It was less techno, and more ambient. His most recent album, Surfaces of a Broken Marching Band, was released by Anticipate on October 27, 2008. 2003: Technology is Lonely (Microcosm).

from People Places & Things by Ezekiel Honig. People Places & Things CD. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. digipak Includes unlimited streaming of People Places & Things via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 5 days.

People Places & Things. In a manner of speaking, albums such as this are virtually critic-proof. I'm not sure whether or not the fact that this album keeps reminding me of other artists says more about the album or my meager skills as a critic. The fact is, there's nothing here that would sound out of place on any number of artists' albums. Falling Down" could be a Vespertine-era Bjork b-side.

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music producer, sound designer, label manager, production instructor. You get a painting, a record, a book, and a digital recording - gifts for several people who are excited about abstract visual and sound art, or just all for you. Treat yourself. You also deserve nice things. In other countries it should take 7-10 days. Personal Sound Concepts, by Ezekiel Honig.


1 Passing Through 4:36
2 Falling Down 4:32
3 More Human Than Human 4:21
4 Your Face Betrays Your Thoughts 4:39
5 Cape Cod Getaway 4:42
6 Focused Distraction 5:30
7 Winter Spring 5:02
8 Green Tea 4:27
9 Adaptation 3:15
10 Memoir Of A Future Past 4:02
11 Click & Sleep 5:05

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Turtle Tone Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Single Cell Music
  • Copyright (c) – Single Cell Music
  • Record Company – Gigantic Music Group
  • Published By – Anticipate Music


  • Design – Aesthetic Parcel
  • Illustration – Ono Ahnii
  • Mastered By – Michael Fossenkemper
  • Photography By – Isaac Haglof
  • Written-By, Producer – Ezekiel Honig


Mastered at Turtletone Studios.
Released in a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 75640 10012 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 675640100122
  • Matrix / Runout: CTDX-000942 J4 1A 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L424
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5100

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SC1201 Ezekiel Honig People Places & Things Sampler ‎(12", Smplr) Microcosm Music SC1201 US 2004

  • Xwnaydan
just a nice warm meandering album that takes you to the depht of the soul.
  • Enditaling
Warm and drifting, like you're suspending in a bathtub: this is how Ezekiel Honig's PEOPLE PLACES & THINGS sounds at all times. The clicking rhythms of "Passing Through" seem to evoke the passing of time and the popping of bubbles, whereas "Falling Down" has more of a constant beat, buoyed by careful snips of sound. "Cape Cod Getaway" follows in a similar vein, but with more of a breaks influence (if you can classify a single drumbeat and the sound of someone eating celery as 'breaks'). Honig incorporates these found sounds and samples in a consistent way, such that they become part of the sonic palette. "More Human Than Human" starts with an Oval-like stutter but soon morphs into a steady groove, and "Your Face Betrays Your Thoughts" has much more surface noise than the other tracks, but even so, it never turns harsh. "Winter Spring" has a wiggling sound, like an electronic earwig, crawling through. "Green Tea," on the other hand, introduces a guitar and microsamples of a voice, making the track feel more 'organic' than what's come before; "Adaptation" counters this by going pure electronic again. "Click & Sleep" ends the album on a lulling note, with more vocal fragments. Gentle and intricate.
  • Dog_Uoll
This one is nice and lush with warm, deep tones underpinned by the hint of a rhythm. The cadence is mechanical sounding and mildly unnatural, but against the tranquil atmosphere, it is never prominent enough to veer this one off into more jacking territories. Very lovely stuff.