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  1. Skittering beats, glitchy scratchy nastiness, discernible Autechrean influences, and a couple of tracks with King Kashmere on rhyme duty. Bandcamp has only one track, Juno has clips. I'll wait until full release, but tentatively recommended.
  2. 4T Thieves combining downtempo electronics with IDM sensibilities, ambient soundscapes and a whiff of hauntology. Highly recommended.
  3. Looking forward to this! [AF044] Surface EP by James Shinra
  4. PSEA is currently one of my favourite labels in the electronic and IDM space, featuring our own @auxien as tsrono and more. Highly recommended.
  5. Current Value really pushes DnB to its limits and through many barriers, to the extent that it breaks through to IDM territory. Looking forward to hearing the full release, but tentatively recommended.
  6. Interesting collection of variable tracks ranging from melodic IDM to proper dancefloor blasters, post-rave feels. Recommended.
  7. Excellent third album from Lake Haze, from ambient to acidic breaks; RIYL Inkipak, MOY, The Jaffa Kid.
  8. Igloo says things. Highly recommended, something I'm extremely keen on hearing in full.
  9. Yet another brilliant compilation from Touched, part 1 of 4 - more dancefloor-oriented fare this time instead of pensive chinstroking. Highly recommended.
  10. Originally released on GPR in 1994, now available as a remastered, expanded digital edition. Highly recommended.
  11. CD and cassette formats alongside digital, this is the Likemind release with some extras. Highly recommended - albeit very pricey, 30 GBP (+ additinal costs) for a CD or cassette is really a lot. But it's Nuron.
  12. Rival Consoles' eighth album, the preview tracks are delish. Highly recommended, really looking forward to the release.
  13. Second part of Thorne's Lost Cause project, tracks spanning and produced between 1997 and now. RIYL Stasis, Connective Zone, Repeat, Russ Gabriel. Highly recommended, check out Part One as well.
  14. Mika Vainio's first band's album available first time in digital. Recommended.
  15. Colin Muir under his new The Follower alias with an album of tracks, beats, breaks, detuned melodies, fragile harmonies, and more. Recommended.
  16. A follow-up to IDMMXXI-L that sounds even better than the predecessor. Highly recommended.
  17. A new Kode9 album, nothing much yet to pass judgement - a single track preview, looking forward to hearing more.
  18. A downtempo/ambient album spiced with a sprig of glitchiness. Recommended.
  19. Six brand new tracks from UK electronic stalwarts Connective Zone, deep melodic techno and downtempo vibes. Highly recommended.
  20. Really looking forward to hearing more of Boy Is Fiction's third album, the taster track is incredible. Highly recommended, also check out their previous albums.
  21. Andrews & Davies continue on their experimental electronic collaborations, skittering FM sounds and sparse beats. Highly recommended.
  22. Relaxed melodic electronics from Dreams of Widnes. PWYW, Recommended.
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