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  1. An amazing return to activity from Mat Carter's Varial, a compilation of variable electronics celebrating their love of the video game aesthetic. Extremely highly recommended.
  2. Absolutely fabulous roster of artists - John Shima, Steven Rutter, Paul Hierophant, Shadow Acid, Morphology, and SCN1 - on a 3x7" dubplate compilation. Extremely highly recommended, I really hope these tracks will be released in digital, too.
  3. Inkipak's second album, now out on Mighty Force. Beautiful breakbeat driven melodic electronics and some acid, highly recommended.
  4. Eight tracks of analogue-sounding electonic-synthetic hijinx. Recommended.
  5. Colin Muir under his new The Follower alias with an album of tracks, beats, breaks, detuned melodies, fragile harmonies, and more. Recommended.
  6. Dan Lodig and Martin Sovinz's first album as /DL/MS/, high-precision emotive electro and breaks. Highly recommended.
  7. Crackling raw electro-breaks. Recommended.
  8. Beautiful melodies overlaid with electro beats and breaks, and a tough-as-nails electro remix from John Selway; favourite track: Tomorrow It Rained. Highly recommended, RIYL Inkipak, MOY.
  9. Susumu Yokota's albums from 1997 + 1998 reissued on vinyl and in digital, both were available previously on CD only. Recommended.
  10. Energetic breakbeat/electro IDM, currently PWYW. Recommended.
  11. Dancefloor-oriented electro, breaks, and techno w/ a splash of acid. Recommended.
  12. Inkipak's fourth album in the span of two years. Lush melodic breaks, electro, and IDM. Highly recommended.
  13. Melodic electro and breaks. Recommended.
  14. Emotive melodic electronics and breakbeats. Highly recommended.
  15. A diverse four-tracker from newcomer Danil Inyushkin, breaks, electro, and bass, dancefloor burners all. Recommended.
  16. Melodic IDM breaks and even some classic hardcore rave from the ever-prolific The Jaffa Kid. Recommended.
  17. Roel Funcken's an instabuy for me, beautiful EP of glitched out electro, breaks, and IDM. Highly recommended.
  18. Black Quasar's first release with four tracks of electro and breaks infused IDM for dancefloors and connectomes. Highly recommended.
  19. 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.
  20. Another brilliant four-tracker from MOY, released as a (very expensive) limited edition 2x10", but released in digital by MOY himself. Highly recommended.
  21. Six-tracker of Bogdanic/Raczynskian samples-and-breaks/dnb mayhem, weirdness, and an occasional drill.
  22. Nebulae keeping up the extremely high quality of releases, emotive, funky electro-breaks and electronics from Arctor. Highly recommended.
  23. Experimental electronic DnB, breaks, and bass coupled with moody synth work and occasional mayhem. Highly recommended.
  24. Stellar steps slightly aside from his mostly electro output to release a varied six-tracker of moody but mindful melodies and rhythms. Highly recommended.
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