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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. A new album from Detroit Underground head honcho Kero, skittering, stuttering, glitchy beats and breaks, quite Gescom-ish. Highly recommended, available on vinyl and in digital. There's also some related NFTs, if you're into that.
  3. Darker beat driven electronics. Recommended.
  4. Spacious & glitchy classic style IDM album from Build. Recommended.
  5. Monolife from Likemind LM03 and previously unreleased Occasions & Adventures; as before with Fencepiece, vinyl only.
  6. Fantastic first release for this Distant Worlds sublabel - currently, alas, vinyl only. Recommended.
  7. A new album full of sonic disturbance from C. Mantle, from glitchy breaks to abstract instrumental hip-hop. Recommended.
  8. A new Ocoeur album. ❤️ Highly recommended.
  9. Sam Black's first full album, a bit of everything, but nice. Recommended.
  10. Airy and acidic breaks and electronics from Proswell on Chilean Infinito Audio Network. Recommended.
  11. Tenth installment of Neo Ouija's absolutely amazing compilation series. Also available in limited edition double CD and crystal clear double vinyl. All previous installments also extremely highly recommended.
  12. Extensive 41 track compilation from Color Squad, featuring artists known and unknown. PWYW, recommended.
  13. Jose Pouj, better known for producing pummeling & punishing techno, releases a more experimental and melodic EP on his own label. Quite interesting, comparable to Oscar Mulero's more IDMish outings. Recommended.
  14. Amazing first album from Alien Communications on their own eponymous label - a collection of emotive deep-sea electro, IDM and techno. Highly recommended.
  15. Beautiful sweeping harmonies and melodies meet brutal glitched syncopated beats. Recommended.
  16. Quite a departure for DetUnd from previous releases: braindancy DnB-infused earsprain drills from HAL. Recommended.
  17. Darker end of the electro/breaks/EBM/IDM spectrum represented, if you liked Alignment, check this out. Recommended.
  18. Horizon-painting breaks and soundscapes from Vivian Koch on her second album. Recommended.
  19. New Gimmik album. Beautiful, recommended.
  20. LA Synthesis is on Bandcamp. This was released in March, but there's nothing else (as of yet). Hopefully they get the material that's on Beatport to Bandcamp. If you've never heard this before, you need to: It's from 1994, remastered and re-released on @Detuned in 2015 with a handful of amazing-as-heck remixes from Plaid, Ian O'Brien, Terrace, ADJ and Carl Finlow; the original track is simply eternal, it doesn't get old - I've been caning it for 25+ years. You should also check out their 1996 album, Matrix Surfer on Shield Records (a great label, too, check out everything - especially Mauler's [Fabrice Lig] PGM 100).
  21. First new hardware tracks from Anders Ilar since 1997, a smörgåsbord of acidic techno, downtempo and ambient. Recommended.
  22. The first release on Albert Salinas and Philip Sherburne's Balmat imprint, melodic after-hours ambient soundscapes. Recommended.
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