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  1. 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.
  2. Another brilliant four-tracker from MOY, released as a (very expensive) limited edition 2x10", but released in digital by MOY himself. Highly recommended.
  3. Six-tracker of Bogdanic/Raczynskian samples-and-breaks/dnb mayhem, weirdness, and an occasional drill.
  4. Nebulae keeping up the extremely high quality of releases, emotive, funky electro-breaks and electronics from Arctor. Highly recommended.
  5. Experimental electronic DnB, breaks, and bass coupled with moody synth work and occasional mayhem. Highly recommended.
  6. Stellar steps slightly aside from his mostly electro output to release a varied six-tracker of moody but mindful melodies and rhythms. Highly recommended.
  7. Massive new compilation from a label that doesn't seem to do wrong, releasing a steady stream of high-quality electro EPs and compilations. Only one track available at the moment, but it alone is huge. Highly recommended.
  8. First full length TMUX album, tracks with a wide span of breaks from downtempo to dnb and ethereal beauty. Highly recommended, PWYW.
  9. A fun electro-breaks EP for both dancefloors and home listening, Australian label Nerang is one to follow. Recommended.
  10. First album from James Infiltrate on his own imprint, 10 tracks of serious electro and breaks following up a string of high-quality releases on the label from the likes of Sound Synthesis and London Modular Alliance. Highly recommended.
  11. Snappy cut-up and skittering breaks, bass, and ambience. Recommended.
  12. Another amazing Nebulae V/A compilation EP, continuing on the path of showcasing excellence. Top-shelf electro and breaks, atmospheric, acidic, melodic and emotive from artists known and unknown. Very highly recommended, enough so to warrant posting here instead of my out-of-the-way blog.
  13. Glaskin's debut album on their Yael Trip imprint, exploring the electronic reaches far and wide. Highly recommended.
  14. Smooth electro and breaks from Russia. Recommended.
  15. Inkipak's second album, now out on Mighty Force. Beautiful breakbeat driven melodic electronics and some acid, highly recommended.
  16. Second album from my fellow Finn Sansibar, with a wider range of styles than before - more club-oriented house, techno, post-trance and breaks for early morning dancefloors. Recommended.
  17. 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.
  18. Wonderfully atmospheric acid/IDM melodic breaks album, the first one from MOY. Originally released on vinyl on Altered Sense, now available in digital directly from the source.
  19. 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.
  20. Dark, distorted, bass heavy downtempo halfstep/breaks from Future Materials w/ a crushing Scorn remix. Recommended.
  21. First release on Mighty Force's Fog City Audio Imprint, all proceeds donated to Medicins Sans Frontiers. Forward thinking electronics from Long Range Desert Group, Solid State, JP8080, Drøn, Jay Strata, Komarebi, Rayspark Industries, Allynoid, Chuck Cogan, CyB, Corticyte, and Myoptik.
  22. Electronic space funk from Replicants, electro with a classic, crunchy and breakbeat overtones. Recommended.
  23. Weirded-out glitchy tech-dubs. Recommended.
  24. Techno breaks from the inimitable Blawan, only one track available at the moment, but to me, Blawan's buy on sight. Highly recommended.
  25. A four-tracker of dreamy acid tech-house, techno, electro and breaks - but alas, vinyl only. Recommended.
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