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  1. 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.
  2. Sam Black's first full album, a bit of everything, but nice. Recommended.
  3. Check out Volume 1 as well. Tracks to move your feet - maybe even the rest of your body. Or just nod your head to the beat. Or tap something with your finger. Do something.
  4. Airy and acidic breaks and electronics from Proswell on Chilean Infinito Audio Network. Recommended.
  5. Glad to hear Esa is still making music, here's his Bandcamp day release. Worth checking out.
  6. Emotions Electric returns with a radiant compilation of interplanetary waveforms from bleepest space by electronauts both known and unknown. Vinyl only, but worth it - art by Abdul Haqq (Third Earth Visual Arts).
  7. Darker end of the electro/breaks/EBM/IDM spectrum represented, if you liked Alignment, check this out. Recommended.
  8. Horizon-painting breaks and soundscapes from Vivian Koch on her second album. Recommended.
  9. Patterned Media's first compilation with an impressive roster of artists, sounding effin' good. Bandcamp pre-order. Shout out to our @ignatius for appearance. Highly recommended.
  10. First release from Ouero on Chez.Kito.Cat, sounds interesting based on the preview tracks. Recommended.
  11. Nice'n'nasty melodic-acidic electro-breaks business from Colony. Recommended.
  12. Another FE digital self-release, beautiful interstellar electro & breaks from Armec. Highly recommended.
  13. Inkipak's second album, now out on Mighty Force. Beautiful breakbeat driven melodic electronics and some acid, highly recommended.
  14. Vinyl release on Furthur Electronix gets a digital release. Lucid breaks and electro, recommended.
  15. I'm surprised that no-one's mentioned Inkipak's first album, Anomaly - beautiful melodies, rhythms and soundscapes - the CDs are gone, but vinyl will be pressed if it gets 100 pre-orders. Proceeds go to Macmillan through Touched. Highly recommended.
  16. 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.
  17. Meat-tenderising half-tempo breakbeat nastiness.
  18. More Braindancy melodies and breaks from Cepheid.
  19. Yan Cook is better known for his driving techno output under his own name, but his more adventurous alias Rhomb is worth checking out; Zero Gravity is the first Rhomb album and comes highly recommended.
  20. A very enticing mixed bag of tracks from Rudoh on his newly minted label; electro, deep house, atmospheric melodic breaks - what's not to like?
  21. A grab bag of IDM, ambient and DnB from Love Horses, The Jaffa Kid, Whylie and Bot1500.
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