A follow-up of sort to “Sura”, “Enceladus” is another evolution for Hecq: his pristine dubstep gets enriched here with even more encompassing soundscapes and humane melodies. Collaborating with Skyence on the title track, Hecq has given birth to a very coherent record mixing cinematic atmospheres, huge percussions and a light nod to retro tonalities. Add to this a mischievous crunk remix by Knight Riderz and a dancefloor explosion by Mobthrow, and you get a compact yet exhaustive snapshot of Hecq's unmissable talent.
Epic souding, and deceptively "mainstream." Besides the odd little interludes this album is perfect at being excellently produced, dramatic electronica. The fact that it's totally slammin' helps too. Picking a favorite track is really hard. RailCourt
There are very very few producers I hold in the same level of awe as BLB. I was late to pick this album up but I’m utterly floored once again. Like literally, ‘Love’ has had me on the floor with my arms to the heavens, every muscle in my body tense embracing the sheer power and majesty of it all. And that’s just one track in a collection of brilliance. Outstanding work Ben. nicktripswitch
This album in non-remastered version was one of my favourites, but when it is now available as remastered version, the sound quality is somehow much lower than the original. I am looking forward to original version being available again, as this one was bought to me mostly out of sentiment. evilkillaruna