Visionary producers and songwriters Chet Faker and Flume mesh unexpectedly well on this EP, but it’s their raw potential that continues to enthral and excite.

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Skin is an appropriate name for Flume’s second release: a highly sensual set of tracks prove that Harley Streten is at not just the top of his game, but also the top of electronic music’s pyramid.

Flume recently took at trip to Tokyo, and came back with a special guest mix for Annie Nightengale's BBC Radio 1 Show. It's only available for a limited

Perhaps Radiohead’s least approachable record, The King of Limbs suffers from what could be described as “a lack of melody” — but makes up for it with its haunting atmosphere.

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Japanese trio Nisennenmondai’s latest album is a wandering, entrancing slab of atmospheric techno that asks many questions, but doesn’t give us many answers. At once alien and foreboding, #N/A feels remarkably steeped in its influences.

Japanese trio Nisennenmondai’s latest album is a wandering, entrancing slab of atmospheric techno that asks many questions, but doesn’t give us many answers. At once alien and foreboding, feels remarkably steeped in its influences.

Shlomo’s Dark Red is an unusually dark electronic album. It’s not something you can dance or party to, but with its emotional core comes an unusual depth for its genre.

It's hard to pinpoint Shlohmo these days. That could be because he's been on the move - sonically and physically - over the past couple of months. The Los Angeles native has recently attracted attenti.

With III, Moderat is pushing the limits of electronic music while embracing even more of their pop influences — but they’re doing all of it with an ear for detail that Thom Yorke approaches Radiohead records with.

With III, Moderat is pushing the limits of electronic music while embracing even more of their pop influences — but they’re doing all of it with an ear for detail that Thom Yorke approaches Radiohead records with.

The Range doesn’t sample pop stars on his new record. Instead, he samples the voices of unknowns he heard singing on YouTube. As a result, he might have made the most culturally important electronic record this year.

Electronic producer James Hinton makes emotional music from Internet samples and high-speed rhythms.

On his fifth album as The Field, Axel Willner continues to find joy in the loop, but succeeds largely because he’s making it more muscular than he’s made it before.

On his fifth album as The Field, Axel Willner continues to find joy in the loop, but succeeds largely because he’s making it more muscular than he’s made it before.

Immix Ensemble, a saxophone player from Australia, pairs with electronic producer Vessel to create a weird, avant-garde classical experiment that is as entrancing as it is boundary-pushing.

Immix Ensemble, a saxophone player from Australia, pairs with electronic producer Vessel to create a weird, avant-garde classical experiment that is as entrancing as it is boundary-pushing.


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Petite Noir's feature-length debut is a genre-defying balancing act that careens between new wave, electronic, and pop music with vigour and somehow creates something new on the way. It's unexpected and, quite frankly, a piece of brilliance that counts among 2015's best releases.

Petite Noir's feature-length debut is a genre-defying balancing act that careens between new wave, electronic, and pop music with vigour and somehow creates something new on the way. It's unexpected and, quite frankly, a piece of brilliance that counts among 2015's best releases.

You might know Nick Sanborn better as one half of American duo Sylvan Esso, but his first solo output as Made of Oak is spectacular. Filled with the sound of warm synths and fantastic composition, this is can't-miss electronic music at its finest and most human.

You might know Nick Sanborn better as one half of American duo Sylvan Esso, but his first solo output as Made of Oak is spectacular. Filled with the sound of warm synths and fantastic composition, this is can't-miss electronic music at its finest and most human.

With her debut record, Empress Of begins a promising career in crossover electronic music that will appear to anybody. Whether you're a pop lover or a dream pop fan, Empress Of's music has a surprising varieties of tonalities and an excellent range of material.

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Colours’ dark synthpop feels like it belongs in both a night club and at a Nine Inch Nails concert, as the electronic duo embraces pop hooks and dark, aggressive instrumentation.

Colours’ dark synthpop feels like it belongs in both a night club and at a Nine Inch Nails concert, as the electronic duo embraces pop hooks and dark, aggressive instrumentation.

Arca's Mutant is strange and alien, as if the electronics in a studio started making their own music. But for that reason, it's wildly experimental and avant-garde. Arca is leading the way in electronic music by expanding the sonic space, practically creating new textures and sounds — even if they occasionally sound like noise.

Arca's Mutant is strange and alien, as if the electronics in a studio started making their own music. But for that reason, it's wildly experimental and avant-garde. Arca is leading the way in electronic music by expanding the sonic space, practically creating new textures and sounds — even if they occasionally sound like noise.

Geoffroy's Soaked In Gold EP is a promising start to a fledgling career, and one that could offer an interesting twist on electronic music. His music is more riff-based than many of his peers, but it would be interesting to hear Geoffroy with the support of a full band. The beauty of Soaked in Gold is that it gets your imagination going about Geoffroy's future, which I think is very bright.

Geoffroy's Soaked In Gold EP is a promising start to a fledgling career, and one that could offer an interesting twist on electronic music. His music is more riff-based than many of his peers, but it would be interesting to hear Geoffroy with the support of a full band. The beauty of Soaked in Gold is that it gets your imagination going about Geoffroy's future, which I think is very bright.

Nathan Jenkins’ debut record as Bullion, a long time coming, is filled with approachable and interesting electronic songs that are more interested in experimenting with pop formulas than they are in embracing the latest club trends.

Nathan Jenkins’ debut record as Bullion, a long time coming, is filled with approachable and interesting electronic songs that are more interested in experimenting with pop formulas than they are in embracing the latest club trends.

Shlomo’s Dark Red is an unusually dark electronic album. It’s not something you can dance or party to, but with its emotional core comes an unusual depth for its genre.

It's hard to pinpoint Shlohmo these days. That could be because he's been on the move - sonically and physically - over the past couple of months. The Los Angeles native has recently attracted attenti.

Modeselektor/Apparat Supergroup Moderat Announce New Album Moderat II

Moderat, the Berlin based electronic supergroup formed by Apparat & Modeselektor, happily announce their second studio album, II, to be released digitally

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