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Mount Kimbie: Love What Survives

Mount Kimbie returns with Love What Survives, introducing post-punk elements to its electronic core, and in the process producing its finest record to date.

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Hype Williams: Rainbow Edition

To listen to Rainbow Edition is to constantly be waiting for the next thing.

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Gary Numan: Savage (Songs From a Broken World)

In the age of climate science denial, synth legend Gary Numan offers up a bleak dystopian landscape as a cautionary tale.

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Hundred Waters: Communicating

Hundred Waters' third album has many appealing parts, but a core that feels unstable or even nonexistent.

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British Electronic Artist Burial Releases 12-Inch Single “Rodent”

Burial is back with "Rodent" and a Kode 9 remix of said tune.

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LCD Soundsystem’s ‘American Dream’ Live: James Murphy Assures You It Is OK Not to Be There

A decade and a half on, James Murphy hasn’t lost his edge one bit, just like the greats never do. However, not only is he more mature and less concerned with all of us -- he is also successful in his own eyes, on his own terms

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Iris Lune - “Paper Mache” (audio) (premiere)

Iris Lune converses with inner demons on this captivating electronic track.

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Armin van Buuren Reflects on 20 Years in the EDM Business (Interview)

Armin van Buuren discusses his 20-year DJ career ahead of his Electric Zoo set.

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Broken Bellows - “In the Deep” (video) (premiere)

Ethereal electropop melds with pop punk sentiment on Broken Bellows' "In the Deep".

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Zen Champ: An Interview with Iglooghost

Defying the very limits of genre (as to be expected when signed to Flying Lotus' label), Iglooghost's eclecticism is primed for a breakthrough.

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Antwood - ‘Sponsored Content’ (album stream) (premiere) (interview)

Antwood returns with his second Planet Mu album and it's a brilliant, experimental one bursting with ideas. Tristan Douglas gives us a track-by-track of the record as well.

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Technology Is the Servant of the Human Beings: The OMD Interview

At the turn of the postmodern era, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark was on top of the world. They were the cutting edge of pop music, whether they hate to admit it or not.

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6 Sep 2017 // 2:30 AM

Zola Jesus: Okovi

Zola Jesus takes a confident and empowering stance on matters of life and death in her supremely dark but undeniably uplifting new album.

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OMD: The Punishment of Luxury

On their third post-reunion album, the synth veterans' triumphs more than make up for a somewhat dated message.

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Raymond Scott: Three Willow Park

This double-disc set collects more than 60 ideas, experiments, and fully-realized works from early electronic music pioneer Raymond Scott.

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1 Sep 2017 // 8:08 AM

Bicep: Bicep

Bicep iron out and stitch together elements from throughout electronic musical history to create one of the most distinctive and exciting dance albums of the year.

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23 Aug 2017 // 2:30 AM

UNKLE: The Road, Part 1

UNKLE's James Lavelle alternates slow, contemplative material with faster, darker pieces to excellent, fulfilling effect.

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Machine Woman: When Lobster Comes Home

Machine Woman stakes her claim for best new techno artist on teeth-rattling, new EP.

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21 Aug 2017 // 8:31 AM

Photay: Onism

Photay's full-length debut is is jam-packed with dense instrumentals that take inspiration from all over the world and all over the musical spectrum.

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BBQ Thrills London with International Flavors and a Spice Up From TABASCO (sponsor)

How TABASCO hot sauce is spicing up London's international BBQ scene.

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