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  1. Superb new album from hard techno stalwarts Iesope Drift after over 25 years of silence. I went above and beyond in the late 1990s so that I could get my hands on everything they released back then, and now their approach has mellowed out and this new album is much more mature, exchanging brute force to more thought-out expression and experimentation, making this album more IDM in contrast to the dark warehouse belters from beyond the millennium. Extremely highly recommended.
  2. New Oval album. Looking forward to hearing more.
  3. Emotive IDM melodies and pad layers w/ minimal dnb-tempo skittering beats in full album length. Recommended.
  4. Massive 35 track V/A compilation from artists known and unknown, a virtual smorgasbord of various electronics. PWYW, highly recommended.
  5. IDM sensibilities, melodies and skittering beats from my fellow Finn on a Finnish label. Recommended.
  6. Dub Tractor's new album kicks off the 10 year celebration of Touched Music, almost minimal melodic synthwork and ambience, great for comedown Sundays. Highly recommended.
  7. 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.
  8. Latest album from Sheffield's iNFO, beautiful melodic electro and classic deep IDM. Highly recommended, RIYL Nuron, ReKaB, Spin Fidelity, Darren Nye... PWYW for a couple of days.
  9. Fantastic new album from synth aficionado Ambidextrous. Highly recommended.
  10. Crunchy, glitchy, metallic rhythmic excursions from C Mantle. Highly recommended.
  11. So, I've been waiting for a copy of Aprilheights' We Haven't Got A Clue to become available for over two decades, and now Furthur Electronics releases a 3x12" of unreleased tracks from them. Highly recommended.
  12. the anisotroph sequence of singles begins with two tracks; IDM-style uptempo tracks with hints of modern electro, dark ambient, and glitch. [bandcamp]2487596580[/bandcamp] available at https://tsrono.bandcamp.com/album/anisotroph
  13. A collection of the three seminal Soul Oddity EPs from 1996 remastered by Keith Tenniswood (Radioactive Man), pressed on fresh vinyl, launching a reissue series (Capsule Freak) - so watch out for more. Extremely highly recommended.
  14. Electro/IDM stalwart Lowfish in action on Analogical Force. Highly recommended.
  15. Half-step glitchy beats and occasional melodies. Recommended.
  16. Amazing roster of artists (Derek Carr, iNF0, Type 303, Iron Blu...) and spread of sound, highly recommended for armchair techno enthusiasts.
  17. My latest mix is for my mate threepayments' mix series, ______PLAYS MUSIC. From his kind writeup: "For the 6th mix in the _____ PLAYS MUSIC series dj sriracha joins us to provide an hour long meditative journey of 2 step, hypnotic techno, breaks, and leftfield club. Taking a measured approach in the first 35 minutes, tracks transition effortlessly guiding the listener through a multipurpose mix that can be enjoyed in a club setting or remote environment. In the final 25 minute stretch all the buildup and anticipation culminates with a showcase of some of the most eclectic club adjacent tracks of recent years." 01) Aleksi Perälä :: UK74R1721041 [AP Musik] 02) Cadans :: Millian [Balans] 03) Skee Mask :: 800AB [Ilian Tape] 04) Answer Code Request :: Resonate [Delsin] 05) Uun :: The Egregore [Semantica] 06) Kim English :: Learn 2 Luv (Francois K's Atmospheric Mood - Pearson Sound Remix) [Nervous Records] 07) Yan Cook :: Buddy [Delsin] 08) Versalife :: Aegis [20/20 Vision] 09) Albert van Abbe :: The Blackest Orange Turns Purple Green (Rrose Remix) [Danza Tribale] 10) Adiel :: If Not Me Who? [Stroboscopic Artefacts] 11) Pfirter :: Ultraviolet [Modularz] 12) Wata Igarashi :: Cascade [Midgar] 13) Pangaea :: Still Flowing Water [Hessle Audio] 14) Reptant :: Syncussion Concussion [Trust] 15) Clouds :: 6i6 [Maxiboy] 16) Simo Cell :: Storm Steven [BFDM] 17) Zenker Brothers :: Enjoy Reality [Ilian Tape] 18) DJ Plead :: Rough Text [Livity Sound] 19) Psyk :: Scattered [Who Whom] 20) Uun :: Scythe And Sickle [Dynamic Reflection]
  18. A new dedicated series from Tysk Raider for mindcolormusic, available on vinyl and digital. Recommended.
  19. Cyteen


    So I did a search, and I didnt see any sort of main topic for exm or his music-- just those related to a release if he had one coming up-- so I figured id make an umbrella one for discussion on our favs of his discography, if that's alright. (btw: Riyl autechre, phoenecia, with some melodic work thrown in.) First off, Im a huge fan of the guys work, and so many of his releases have become top favorites of mine: Modulus, Overscore (+), more recently Comp, released this month (which is perfect for anyone new to his work imo), both this years self released works MMLXXVII and Odd Times are amazing as well and are definite growers, especially the prior LP. His collab releases with Mitoma are all top tier, and I constantly return to them: FF0000, I/0 Disc, and this year's E|M. Highly recommended. But my favorite of his is 2015's llmnt on Touched, which has become one of my favorite IDM albums ever. Didnt dig it much at first, but it grew on me soooooo hard, and I cant stop spinning it. Worth throwing in there-- he also made my favorite IDM song ever "Meltt", which is the epic, 15-minute closer on 2017's Modulus. If you havent heard that, definitely give it a few spins. Gorgeous song! https://touched.bandcamp.com/track/meltt Enough gushing from me though, any other big fans? Favorite albums or tracks?
  20. outnow Ursula Sontheil | exm (bandcamp.com)
  21. Synth-driven IDM, Bot1500's first album of ambient and emotive electronics on AD93's offshoot Lith Dolina. Highly recommended, RIYL Rival Consoles.
  22. A surprisingly straightforward, non-hyper-glitchy but melodic-atmospheric-modular IDM album from DetUnd, very much in the vein of the recent Cepheid release. Recommended.
  23. Melodic dowtempo/upbeat electronics in style. Recommended.
  24. All tracks from Lagowski's two GPR releases In The Steel Room and Europa EP, previously available only on vinyl and CD. Highly recommended. The third Lagowski on GPR, Europa Reprised EP w/ Beaumont Hannant/YO3 versions is also worth your while, officially available only on vinyl and CD. This self-release makes me wonder, is GPR starting to loosen their legal grip on the label's artists and catalogue? I wish they were, there are so many essential releases in the label's discography.
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