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  1. Electronic space funk from Replicants, electro with a classic, crunchy and breakbeat overtones. Recommended.
  2. Weirded-out glitchy tech-dubs. Recommended.
  3. Techno breaks from the inimitable Blawan, only one track available at the moment, but to me, Blawan's buy on sight. Highly recommended.
  4. Latest Pulse State release, from the ever-prolific The Jaffa Kid; glittery beats and breaks, shimmering melodies and ambience, a cohesive set of tracks ranging from pretty to beautiful. Highly recommended.
  5. A four-tracker of dreamy acid tech-house, techno, electro and breaks - but alas, vinyl only. Recommended.
  6. A concept album spanning from ambient through electro to techno and some downtempo electronics. Recommended.
  7. Beats, breaks, drums, and bass in various dancefloor-friendly forms. Recommended.
  8. Brilliant second collaborative release from Geyzel & Pflum, inventive peak time electro-breaks business. Highly recommended.
  9. OR are officially back from ghosting innocent demo suppliers. Noice breaks just like part 1. Pre-orders will be online Dec. 15th. Keep your eyes peeled on OR bandcamp: https://occultresearch.bandcamp.com/
  10. Melodic IDM breaks from Bot1500, originally released as vinyl-only on Furthur Electronix sublabel Altered Sense, now available in digital from Bot1500. Highly recommended.
  11. Another grab-bag of dancefloor electronic mayhem, this time from Cybersoul, filled out with output from a wide array of artists. Highly recommended.
  12. Percussion gymnastics & beats, bass growls, and IDM workouts from Patrick Tipler as Delay Grounds. Recommended.
  13. A full-length journey into the heavy pressure depths of glitchy technoid acid electro bass, hot on the heels of his previous outing on Colony. Highly recommended.
  14. Deep, melodic acid/breaks journeys, availalble first on dubplate vinyl (25 pcs), then hopefully in digital. Highly recommended.
  15. Sound Synthesis' first album on their own Wave Function imprint; deep, sweeping, melodic, and acidic electro - very much in the same category as MOY. Vinyl only, highly recommended.
  16. This has completely slipped by me, LMA's release on a relatively new label, Longhaul; sparser and more varied than the new album, but interesting nonetheless. Recommended.
  17. Seemingly out of nowhere Kirk DeGiorgio's A.R.T. has released the first full-length album by London Modular Alliance; 2xLP and digital available at various outlets like Juno & Juno Digital, Deejay.de, and wherever. Unadulterated modular hardware electro-IDM-breaks, highly recommended.
  18. Six-tracker electro-acid-breaks burner from Varum. Recommended.
  19. Breaks, bleeps, acid, and nostalgic rave aesthetics. Recommended.
  20. Breaks, acid, melodies, harmonies and some semi-hyperactive break slicing dnb. MOY does it. Recommended.
  21. Damo B (of The Outta Limits) kicks off his own label with a shimmering and brillian melodic-acidic-electro-breaks EP from MOY. Highly recommended.
  22. A magnificent spread of musical expression in four parts with proceeds going towards Unicef. Highly Recommended - check out compilation volumes one and two, too - or just get the whole discography, which is the most affordable option as everything they've released is worth your while.
  23. Sam Black's first full album, a bit of everything, but nice. Recommended.
  24. Check out Volume 1 as well. Tracks to move your feet - maybe even the rest of your body. Or just nod your head to the beat. Or tap something with your finger. Do something.
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