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* SensoryAbuse: Downplayed. Some songs of his have odd unpleasants synths (such as the weird feedback bassline in [[ The Big Orange Love]]), but they're not necessarily as unpleasant as most examples of the trope.

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'''Benn Jordan''', best known as '''The Flashbulb''' ([[IHaveManyNames and lesser known as]] '''Flexe''', '''Acidwolf''', '''Human Action Network''', '''DJ ASCII''', '''66x''' and '''[[ShapedLikeItself Benn Jordan]]''', among many other names) is an [[GenreRoulette IDM, breakcore, glitch, drill and bass, ambient, modern jazz, and acid]] producer from Chicago. He is known for his unique take on breakcore; rather than being harsh and heavy, it's soft and ambient-oriented.


* {{Ambient}}: Frequently. His ambient leanings have only gotten stronger with time, to the point that his albums eventually turned out to be more ambient than IDM.
* AmenBreak: Omnipresent.
* LighterAndSofter: Compared to, say, Music/VenetianSnares, his take on breakcore is focused more on calming ambient noises, melodic intervals and string sections and is ''very'' light on the SensoryAbuse.
* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: From time to time. Notably, there's the ambient/hard rock/breakcore ''Soundtrack for a Vacant Life''.
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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: ''Compositions For Piano'', which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.

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