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  1. MLO is one of my long-time ambient favourites from the early 90s, I especially love Io. Music From Memory continue their Virtual Dreams series with this compilation, highly recommended.
  2. 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.
  3. A beautiful remix release of Digitonal's most recent album's tracks; Digitonal is in my all-time top 10 favourite artists, so this comes extremely highly recommended. Teensy weensy bit pricey, but worth it.
  4. ODD TIMES | exm (bandcamp.com) 1. odd times 12:55 2. East 02:18 3. equall 11:50 4. Mabel_i 07:45
  5. Variable electronic & synth work on In†rσwΣrks' first album; RIYL The Jaffa Kid. Recommended.
  6. My first encounter with Alighted, two original tracks and a Plaid remix, mastered by John Tejada. Recommended. Igloo says things.
  7. 13th issue in People Can Listen's V/A series, chock-full of exemplary electronic excursions. PWYW, highly recommended.
  8. Funky melodic electro-IDM-breaks-fusion. Recommended.
  9. I've been waiting for this to drop for quite a while, Cottage Industries is my favourite IDM V/A series. Extremely highly recommended.
  10. Fresh album, only one track available at the moment, yet colour me interested. Waiting for more to make judgement.
  11. Dave Paton's (of Wee DJs fame) soundtrack for an imaginary police series Declinacion del Deber. Recommended. Here's the blurb for the first one, the second and third parts don't have one.
  12. 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.
  13. Energetic breakbeat/electro IDM, currently PWYW. Recommended.
  14. Part two of a various tracks collection from past two decades from Frank Rumpelt, also known in ambient circles as Beta Consciousness. Check out part one, .01, as well. He's had a lot of tracks in compilations and V/As from Móatún 7, Intellitronic Bubble, Mighty Force, and more, and comes highly recommended.
  15. A follow-up on Heogen's (Martin Boulton/Min-Y-Llan + Jeroen Bax/Exm) first album, Odd Radio Circle; melodic horizon painting electronics w/ a Karsten Pflum remix. Less than 10 CDs left, but also available in digital. Highly recommended. Igloo says things.
  16. Melodic breaks/electro space travel IDM from newcomer Lextron. Recommended.
  17. Moody detuned acidic afterhours electronics. Recommended.
  18. Mark Rydyger's 12th album as Holon, dark, deep, and moody cyberpunk synthwork, soundtracks for post-Terminator landscapes. PWYW (as are all his releases, so check out them, too), Highly recommended. Rydyger's other alias, Sylac, leans more towards industrial darksynth, EBM even - also worth checking out if that's your thing.
  19. Interesting and variable electronics from Andrew Lagowski; I first encountered his work on GPR around the mid-1990s, and he's been at it to this day. Recommended.
  20. Olf Van Elden's first album, peaceful and lucid electronic compositions. Recommended.
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