WizeWorld Volume 17

Dec 10, 2020


This week we've got a BIG update for our ever-growing WizeCulture database, including a hand-picked alternative Christmas mixes and albums to jam to over the holidays, and no, there's no Mariah Carey, no Bublé, no Sinatra. We've also added more movies, shows, documentaries etc to check out, so take a look at the WizeCulture database for all the new additions and bookmark it for easy reference!

WizeCulture Database 

On top of this big update, in this week's WizeWorld drop, we got decades-old crop circles in Japan, a percussive and funkadelic mix, an examination of how our brain falls in love, and a pair of lonely otters finding love.



A fifty-year-old science experiment has finally come to fruition after forest testing has led to peculiar patterns in the Miyazaki Prefecture of Japan. 



Biologist Dawn Maslar delivers a TedxTalk detailing how exactly our brains flutter and descend into love. 



From artist Kapote comes a 100 minute mix that oozes funk. The session relies on drums and percussion to add flavour to each section, always implementing a late 70s sensibility. 


Good News

Two lonely and rehabilitating otters manage to find love just before the holidays, bonding over a mutual need for companionship. 

Like what you see? Sign up for our weekly newsletter to get these hand-picked gems in your inbox every Friday morning.


Your Shopping Cart

Add $$ more for free shipping
Wize Tea
With this cart you will create
2h30 minutes
of work for coffee farmers
Wize Tea
Discount Code Applied at Checkout
Shipping Calculated at Checkout
Free Shipping on orders over $99