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  1. 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.
  2. Electronic space funk from Replicants, electro with a classic, crunchy and breakbeat overtones. Recommended.
  3. Weirded-out glitchy tech-dubs. Recommended.
  4. Techno breaks from the inimitable Blawan, only one track available at the moment, but to me, Blawan's buy on sight. Highly recommended.
  5. 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.
  6. A four-tracker of dreamy acid tech-house, techno, electro and breaks - but alas, vinyl only. Recommended.
  7. A concept album spanning from ambient through electro to techno and some downtempo electronics. Recommended.
  8. Beats, breaks, drums, and bass in various dancefloor-friendly forms. Recommended.
  9. Brilliant second collaborative release from Geyzel & Pflum, inventive peak time electro-breaks business. Highly recommended.
  10. OR are officially back from ghosting innocent demo suppliers. Noice breaks just like part 1. Pre-orders will be online Dec. 15th. Keep your eyes peeled on OR bandcamp: https://occultresearch.bandcamp.com/
  11. Melodic IDM breaks from Bot1500, originally released as vinyl-only on Furthur Electronix sublabel Altered Sense, now available in digital from Bot1500. Highly recommended.
  12. Another grab-bag of dancefloor electronic mayhem, this time from Cybersoul, filled out with output from a wide array of artists. Highly recommended.
  13. Percussion gymnastics & beats, bass growls, and IDM workouts from Patrick Tipler as Delay Grounds. Recommended.
  14. A full-length journey into the heavy pressure depths of glitchy technoid acid electro bass, hot on the heels of his previous outing on Colony. Highly recommended.
  15. Deep, melodic acid/breaks journeys, availalble first on dubplate vinyl (25 pcs), then hopefully in digital. Highly recommended.
  16. 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.
  17. This has completely slipped by me, LMA's release on a relatively new label, Longhaul; sparser and more varied than the new album, but interesting nonetheless. Recommended.
  18. Seemingly out of nowhere Kirk DeGiorgio's A.R.T. has released the first full-length album by London Modular Alliance; 2xLP and digital available at various outlets like Juno & Juno Digital, Deejay.de, and wherever. Unadulterated modular hardware electro-IDM-breaks, highly recommended.
  19. Six-tracker electro-acid-breaks burner from Varum. Recommended.
  20. Breaks, bleeps, acid, and nostalgic rave aesthetics. Recommended.
  21. Breaks, acid, melodies, harmonies and some semi-hyperactive break slicing dnb. MOY does it. Recommended.
  22. 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.
  23. A magnificent spread of musical expression in four parts with proceeds going towards Unicef. Highly Recommended - check out compilation volumes one and two, too - or just get the whole discography, which is the most affordable option as everything they've released is worth your while.
  24. Sam Black's first full album, a bit of everything, but nice. Recommended.
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