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  1. Hi all. I realized music that sounds like spiritual, etheric ambient glitch/techno is the type of music that my mind resonates with the most. Some examples might be Oval, Vladislav Delay, SND, Visible Cloaks, Huerco S., etc. Do you know something similar? Can be visuals too. https://www.webdesignmuseum.org/flash-websites/sixstation-2002
  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. 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.
  4. 13th issue in People Can Listen's V/A series, chock-full of exemplary electronic excursions. PWYW, highly recommended.
  5. Album full of rhythm acrobatics, glitch that'll make you itch and tons of bass, using publicly available Autechre parts and ping-pong ball samples (among others); plenty of obvious influences, including Brom/Aeto/Cree era Anstam. Highly recommended.
  6. Although this album came out almost a year ago, I haven't paid enough attention to notice. Igloo says things. Recommended.
  7. Generative glitch brutalism. Recommended.
  8. A synapse-bender of an album from Hypercube, manic excursions into experiential soundscapes. Highly recommended.
  9. Third Dfaniks on Errorgrid, continuing on the glitched path of previous outings. Recommended.
  10. Cool VA compilation from Hyperglitch/IDM folks.
  11. Ambient & beat glitch album from Matteo Mazreku. Recommended.
  12. From beautiful melodic soundscapes and distorted beats to hyperactive percussion workouts, drøn checks many of my boxes. Recommended.
  13. Glitchy & crunchy beats on Mesaverde's first release proper. Recommended.
  14. Our now: https://concealedsequence.bandcamp.com/track/circular-logic-version-1
  15. so, it seems there's a new oval album coming out in two days (dec. 23.). not much information on this one except some posts on popp's facebook/twitter accounts. let's say i'm cautiously optimistic as (judging from the short sample clips) there seems to be none of that shitty drum programming that ruined a lot of his later stuff for me. we'll see.
  16. 12th in the People Can Listen V/A series, meandering rivers of IDM. PWYW, Recommended.
  17. Interesting collaboration and a set of varied tracks. Recommended.
  18. Exan's first album sits squarely in the Autechrean category, even the track names. Highly recommended.
  19. Gnarly fractured rhythms and cut-up melodic-harmonic catastrophes. Highly recommended.
  20. Second album from Sinnway, 12 tracks of rhythmic-melodic glitchwork, quite Autechrean. Highly recommended.
  21. A particularly interesting DetUnd release, heavily glitched soundscapes and rattling percussion with Autechrean influences, continuing from where a previous album left off. Some of Abjective's work is easier and more approachable, check them out on their Bandcamp. Highly recommended.
  22. Blunt force glitch trauma in three parts w/ a remix from Grisha Lichtenberger. Recommended.
  23. Snappy cut-up and skittering breaks, bass, and ambience. Recommended.
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