Ryo Arimura, the Kyoto-based face behind In The Blue Shirt, does some of the most intricate micro sampling I've heard. Rivaling Pogo's work or Porter Robinson's Flicker, Ryo's Mellow Out absolutely blows me away.
Past a certain point, most clipped and chopped sample-heavy work can feel too disjointed to be pleasant. It's an incredibly fine line to walk, but I'd argue that Ryo does it masterfully.
It's absolutely entrancing how strong the rhythm is nestled amidst the collage of sounds. This incredibly sample work and the general atmosphere of this piece make it something that you must listen to at least once. (Whether it's your style or not) It's simply that unique.