(iTunes, Bandcamp, Amazon) This is the first album released by Raymond Weitekamp ’10, who performs as ingMob. Weitekamp creates music by recording samples and piecing them together using a monome, a circuit-board-backed grid of 64 silicone buttons that attaches to his laptop. He was a musician in the Princeton Laptop Orchestra (PLOrk) while on campus, and one track on his album, “Echo Mountain,” was a junior-year composition for PLOrk. Following his time in PLOrk, he performed as Altitude Sickness, before adopting his current moniker, ingMob. Weitekamp is a Ph.D. student at Caltech, where he does research in synthetic chemistry.