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Monday, September 8 2014

Cookies: Music for Touching

Once you’re finished with this round, you’ll definitely want seconds.


Thursday, September 4 2014

Aphex Twin - “minipops 67 (120.2)(source field mix)” (audio)

After many years of waiting, it is finally here: a new Aphex Twin track, the cryptically titled "minipops 67 (120.2)(source field mix)".


Wednesday, July 16 2014

The Bug - “Void/Function” (audio)

The London-based electronic music wizard Kevin Martin has dropped two new songs from his forthcoming album as The Bug, Angels & Devils.


Friday, June 20 2014

Home Video - ‘Here in Weightless Fall’ (album stream) (Premiere)

The inviting melancholy of Home Video's Here in Weightless Fall, a document of a group that knows exactly how to write moody electronic music, is available to stream here exclusively at PopMatters.


Friday, May 30 2014

VHS Head: Persistence of Vision

More abstract, sketchbook electronics from VHS tape sampling producer VHS Head.


Thursday, May 29 2014

Brian Eno and Karl Hyde: Someday World

Two naturally complementary collaborators make half of an OK album and half of what could have been one of the best records of the year.


Thursday, May 22 2014

Plaid: Reachy Prints

Reachy Prints makes you glad to be alive and kicking so you can enjoy the paintings in sound that this duo so deftly accomplishes.


Friday, May 16 2014

Counterbalance: St. Germain’s ‘Tourist’

I want you to get together. Put your hands together. It's a simple song so you can work it out -- a 2000 electronic landmark and the subject of this week's Counterbalance.


Wednesday, May 7 2014

Thomas Azier: Hylas

Retro-gazing electronic pop of the broad-stroked, emotive variety, the debut LP of Berlin-based, Dutch musician Thomas Azier is one of the most confident debuts by a male electronic artist in ages.


Tuesday, March 18 2014

Steve Aoki, Diplo and Deorro - “Freak” (feat. Steve Bays)

EDM powerhouses Steve Aoki, Diplo and Deorro make a play for 2014 dancefloor dominance with "Freak".


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Nine Inch Nails: Hesitation Marks (Reviews) [13.Sep.13]
Blondes: Swisher (Reviews) [10.Sep.13]
Postiljonen: Skyer (Reviews) [6.Sep.13]
Moderat: II (Reviews) [22.Aug.13]
Lace Curtain: Falling/Running (Capsule Reviews) [22.Aug.13]
AlunaGeorge: Body Music (Reviews) [6.Aug.13]
Skinny Puppy: Weapon (Reviews) [25.Jul.13]
Sally Shapiro: Elsewhere (Capsule Reviews) [17.Jul.13]
Deptford Goth: Life After Defo (Reviews) [11.Jul.13]
Maps: Vicissitude (Reviews) [8.Jul.13]
Morris Cowan: Six Degrees (Reviews) [30.Jun.13]
Feathers: If All Now Here (Reviews) [24.Jun.13]
Benga: Chapter II (Reviews) [16.Jun.13]
Barn Owl: V (Reviews) [5.Jun.13]
Baths: Obsidian (Reviews) [29.May.13]
Majical Cloudz: Impersonator (Reviews) [21.May.13]
Chico Mann: Magical Thinking (Reviews) [22.Apr.13]
Nicolette - “Fascination” (Mixed Media) [28.Jan.13]
Anstam: Stones and Woods (Reviews) [28.Jan.13]
Naytronix: Dirty Glow (Reviews) [8.Oct.12]
Belleruche: Rollerchain (Reviews) [19.Aug.12]
Linkin Park: Living Things (Reviews) [17.Jul.12]
James Blake: Enough Thunder EP (Reviews) [20.Oct.11]
Apparat: The Devil’s Walk (Reviews) [17.Oct.11]
Soft Metals: Soft Metals (Reviews) [9.Aug.11]
Ear Pwr: Ear Pwr (Reviews) [21.Jun.11]
Ford & Lopatin: Channel Pressure (Reviews) [16.Jun.11]
Amon Tobin: ISAM (Reviews) [25.May.11]
Emanuele Errante: Time Elapsing Handheld (Capsule Reviews) [24.May.11]
Moby: Destroyed (Reviews) [15.May.11]
Autechre: EPs 1991-2002 (Reviews) [3.May.11]
Cut Copy: 2 April 2011 - New York (Notes from the Road) [12.Apr.11]
3:33: EP-1 (Capsule Reviews) [5.Apr.11]
Pendulum: Immersion (Reviews) [30.Mar.11]
Cristian Vogel: Black Swan (Capsule Reviews) [22.Mar.11]
Goddamn Electric Bill: Jazz (Reviews) [14.Mar.11]
Steffi: Yours & Mine (Capsule Reviews) [3.Mar.11]
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