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  1. Deep house, techno, and techno from Swedish Ola Bergman on their third full-length album. Recommended.
  2. 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
  3. https://rhythmwerk.bandcamp.com/album/zubia-ep Brilliant debut EP from new techno producer Judy on the relatively new label Rhythm Werk (this is their second release). Straightahead but absolutely lovely banging techno that should appeal to any fan of the style who doesn't need everything to be tough as nails and bleak EDM or schranz and enjoys some groove and atmosphere in their tunes. Not too tracky, either, even though that can be something that has its time and place. 1. Ustekabe (6:13) 2. Ondo Doa (6:00) 3. Herengun (6:54) 4. Ez Nazazu Ukitu (6:40)
  4. There's a new alias for the legend of Scottish techno: Amorphic. He's planning on releasing a bunch of things this year under the title and here's what's out so far. An EP on Modularz (the first of a few): Modularz 63 - Voyager 222 by Amorphic The launch of a self titled label which will release two more EPs of the project this year: Amorphic 01 by Amorphic An EP on Symbolism: https://www.beatport.com/release/resonation-ep/3825788
  5. Originally released on GPR in 1994, now available as a remastered, expanded digital edition. Highly recommended.
  6. The amazing first EP from Mika Vainio's Philus alias available in digital for the first time. Extremely highly recommended.
  7. Second chapter of Elusive Intelligence, an amazing album from Darren Nye. Looks like vinyl, too. Highly recommended.
  8. A new Indio release w/ ERP remix, currently vinyl only. Clips on Juno, Deejay.
  9. Second part of Thorne's Lost Cause project, tracks spanning and produced between 1997 and now. RIYL Stasis, Connective Zone, Repeat, Russ Gabriel. Highly recommended, check out Part One as well.
  10. Emotive electronics in the form of ambient, house, and deep techno for fans of Darren Nye, John Shima, Derek Carr, and John Beltran. PWYW, Highly recommended.
  11. Remixes from Marcel Dettmann, Mike Paradinas, Plaid, and Beltran himself - what's not to like. Highly recommended.
  12. Bumping this up here, RIYL the sound of Exalt, Firescope and the like. Highly recommended.
  13. From ambient through house to emotive melodic techno and beyond, Vid Vai's first album is a tasty charcuterie w/ hints of Detroit influence. RIYL John Beltran, John Shima, Derek Carr, Darren Nye. Highly recommended.
  14. Brendon Moeller returns to Delsin with an EP of dubby modular techno and soundscapes. Highly recommended.
  15. Three remixes of Chiovenda's latest album tracks, higher-order techno from Stanislav Tolkachev, Inigo Kennedy, and Kessell. Recommended.
  16. An amazing return to activity from Mat Carter's Varial, a compilation of variable electronics celebrating their love of the video game aesthetic. Extremely highly recommended.
  17. 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).
  18. For fans of retro techno and acid (w/ hints of James Bernard as Influx), a new full album from Sven Kössler with a great remix from Inkipak. Highly recommended.
  19. Now live: echospacedetroit.bandcamp.com You can finally pick up the Altering Illusions compilation (CD shipping late Oct, but some of it is available digitally now) And there's also a limited 1hr cv313 live CDR (100 copies) - [email protected]_primary
  20. 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.
  21. I think the end result is not that interesting, but someone might like it.
  22. Metro Dade's one and only album from 1996 digitally reissued by Gerd. Highly recommended.
  23. Funky experimental electronics and beat excursions. Recommended.
  24. Deep progressive techno excursions for gazing into space. Highly recommended.
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