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  1. From ambient through house to emotive melodic techno and beyond, Vid Vai's first album is a tasty charcuterie w/ hints of Detroit influence. RIYL John Beltran, John Shima, Derek Carr, Darren Nye. Highly recommended.
  2. Tamás Zsiros' first outing on Rednetic, beautifully crafted IDM soundscapes. Highly recommended.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Classic melodic IDM from the brothers D'Arcangelo. Highly recommended.
  6. Two previously unreleased Stasis tracks w/ a Nuron remix. 'Nuff said.
  7. LA Synthesis is on Bandcamp. This was released in March, but there's nothing else (as of yet). Hopefully they get the material that's on Beatport to Bandcamp. If you've never heard this before, you need to: It's from 1994, remastered and re-released on @Detuned in 2015 with a handful of amazing-as-heck remixes from Plaid, Ian O'Brien, Terrace, ADJ and Carl Finlow; the original track is simply eternal, it doesn't get old - I've been caning it for 25+ years. You should also check out their 1996 album, Matrix Surfer on Shield Records (a great label, too, check out everything - especially Mauler's [Fabrice Lig] PGM 100).
  8. ODD TIMES | exm (bandcamp.com) 1. odd times 12:55 2. East 02:18 3. equall 11:50 4. Mabel_i 07:45
  9. Early sketches and outtakes from the op+errata album. Both recommended.
  10. James Baker's latest four-track offering, deep, melodic UK/detroit techno and electro with a whiff of acid. Highly recommended.
  11. 5th in the Intellitronic Bubble Cordell series, four tracks of melodic lush electro, digital PWYW for a few days and a couple of lathe cuts left. Highly recommended.
  12. 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.
  13. Inkipak's second album, now out on Mighty Force. Beautiful breakbeat driven melodic electronics and some acid, highly recommended.
  14. 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.
  15. Four rather Autechrean excursions from William Fields. Highly recommended.
  16. The preview track is fantastic, can't wait to hear the full album. Highly recommended.
  17. Deep, melodic and emotive electro split from Cignol and Gilbert. Highly recommended.
  18. Bumping this up here, RIYL the sound of Exalt, Firescope and the like. Highly recommended.
  19. Third Ozone release for info, expertly crafted IDM-electro. Highly recommended.
  20. 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.
  21. Classic IDM percussive stutters and simple airy melodies. Recommended.
  22. Various collaborations between HRYM, Mitoma, Abdicant, 4T Thieves, Keiss, and Murya - melodic and moody electronics for late nights and the dead of night. Recommended.
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