Mike Paradinas’ (aka µ-Ziq) current creative streak takes a quick break with the Goodbye Remixes EP. Some of the remixes add perks the originals didn’t have.
If DJ Python’s Mas Amable felt watery, Club Sentimientos feels oceanic. It’s vaster, fuller, and more expansive than anything Bryan Pineyro has ever made.
μ-Ziq may have found his perfect counterpart in Mrs Jynx because Secret Garden succeeds in so many ways that Expert Knob Twiddlers with Aphex Twin did not.
It’s rewarding to hear Rival Consoles expand his range and infuse his unique brand of techno with more droning and expansive qualities on Overflow.
Mira Calix’s Absent Origin takes the concepts of Dada and re-arrangement from visual artists such as Duchamp for a series of tracks impossible to pin down.
Electronic music’s Jon Hopkins takes a deep dive and goes straight for the heart on Music for Psychedelic Therapy. The question is, will you go?
Brazilian electronic producer Amon Tobin offers up a collection of songs that’s eclectic even by his own genre-hopping standards on How Do You Live.
Lee Gamble’s music asks: how far you go before that human core is lost? How futuristic can techno become without losing its playfulness and elasticity?
Squarepusher’s debut album, Feed Me Weird Things, gets a welcome reissue from Warp Records. “Bass guitar over electronic music” is his center—the mantra he has kept returning to for 25 years.
Canadian experimental electronic producer Little Snake constructs warped soundscapes to heal the mind on his debut album, A Fragmented Love Story.