Left-field hip-hop producer Lee Bannon (given birth to Fred Warmsley in 1987) hit his stride in the past due 2000s/early 2010s as he began dealing with a number of the biggest brands in underground rap, including Curren$y, Del the Funkee Homosapien, Talib Kweli, and Inspectah Deck. Furthermore to creating, he produced his very own instrumental albums of atmospheric beats. The initial solo project with the Sacramento-based beatsmith discovered him only using Marvin Gaye examples for the Me and Marvin EP. Furthermore to releasing several mixtapes, Bannon crafted two instrumental albums, 2009’s THE BEST Toy Container and 2011’s THE BEST Toy Container, Vol. 2. He also put together a retrospective of tracks that he’d created between 2009 and 2011 known as Compilation of Bannon for Dummies. On New Year’s Eve 2011, carrying out a verification of Get, he was motivated to make a soundtrack for an imaginary film, entitled Gnarlon Bando’s Midnight Noir, which became a hip item on Bandcamp. The expansive Fantastic Plastic material, released in Feb 2012 on Los Angeles’ Plug Analysis label, featured visitor areas from Del and Chuck Inglish, amongst others. The producer’s 2013 actions included a small number of free download tasks, several efforts to Joey Bada$$’s Summertime Knights, as well as the organic drum’n’bass monitor “NW/WB,” which led up to December’s Alternative/Endings, an daring record for Ninja Melody. Main/Flex followed for the Babygrande label in 2014, this time around offering Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante on the organic drum’n’bass monitor along with MC Hak through the Ratking collective. Bannon came back to Ninja Listen in 2015 for the discharge of Design of Excel, which proclaimed another change in musical path, this time around toward ambient/drone music.