Banileue Records boss Benoit B lands on Facta and K-LONE's Wisdom Teeth imprint with a spacious four-track set of dazzling new-age steppers. The record follows on from Benoit's excellent Japonaiserie EP - a stunning tribute to Japanese synth music released last year on Berceuse Heroique. OnVague a l'Ame, the melodic ideas developed on the Japonaiserie EP are set to work against broken beats and UK-leaning rhythms, bringing it in line with the output of Wisdom Teeth label-mates Duckett, K-LONE and Don't DJ. The EP is bookended by a pair of euphoric broken-beat rollers: first, the melodic bleeps and weighted kicks of the title track; and to close, the scuzzy pads and glissando synths of Kimono. Sat between them are two lean, smokey half-steppers: the record's vocal centrepiece, Gyvenimo Tekme (featuring Lithuanian songwriter Dalia), and Ice Valley - an intergalactic slowjam built around dubbed-out bleeps and yearning cluster chords.