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  1. Massive 35 track V/A compilation from artists known and unknown, a virtual smorgasbord of various electronics. PWYW, 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. Slammin' electro compilation from Portuguese label Ovelha Trax. Recommended.
  4. Amazing roster of artists (Derek Carr, iNF0, Type 303, Iron Blu...) and spread of sound, highly recommended for armchair techno enthusiasts.
  5. Another massive compilation from Soma's electro offshoot, peak time top shelf belters. Highly recommended.
  6. PSEA is currently one of my favourite labels in the electronic and IDM space, featuring our own @auxien as tsrono and more. Highly recommended.
  7. A new V/A series from Science Cult, electro and IDM crossing proton pack streams. Highly recommended. RIYL Patterned Media and/or Touchin' Bass compilations.
  8. Yet another brilliant compilation from Touched, part 1 of 4 - more dancefloor-oriented fare this time instead of pensive chinstroking. Highly recommended.
  9. An eclectic selection of various artists and styles, from Darren Nye's dub techno through iNFO's space electro to Konerytmi's synth stylings and Wilhaeven's trip hop. Recommended.
  10. dcom

    V/A - 005 (Util)

    Hard, nasty, and dancefloor dangerous electro mayhem w/ industrial overtones. Recommended.
  11. 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.
  12. Four tracks of proper electro drivers. Highly recommended.
  13. Triplicate Records' new V/A label/series launches with 16 tracks of variable electronic fare for your listening pleasure for 1 USD. Recommended.
  14. Three label compilations with enough glitch to make you itch like a [redacted], presenting a wide swatch of PSEA and related artists. All PWYW, highly recommended.
  15. 13th issue in People Can Listen's V/A series, chock-full of exemplary electronic excursions. PWYW, highly recommended.
  16. I've been waiting for this to drop for quite a while, Cottage Industries is my favourite IDM V/A series. Extremely highly recommended.
  17. First release on Fourier Transform's digital only sublabel (d). Highly recommended.
  18. The first four releases on Placid's We're Going Deep label are essential for any deep, emotional, melodic electronic dance music enthusiast. Derek Carr, Posthuman, Tin Man, Armec, Jared Wilson, Cignol, Rekab, Moy, Reedale Rise, B R Posse, et al. The digitals come on sale as the vinyl pressings are sold out, I'm opting for both vinyl and digital. Highly recommended.
  19. I think it's weird that this label calls itself Artificial Intelligence, then doesn't acknowledge the Warp compilations and series at all, yet it seems that they think of it as a tribute - but the SoundCloud blurb has Artificial Intelligence™ at the end, making it even more weird. Nevertheless, some interesting tracks in there, @mause represent.
  20. Black Quasar's first release with four tracks of electro and breaks infused IDM for dancefloors and connectomes. Highly recommended.
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