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TOKiMONSTA: Lune Rouge

TOKiMONSTA strikes a balance between pain and peace on Lune Rouge, her fullest and most diverse work yet.

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Cuts Without Pastes: Electronic Music Artists that Fell Through the Cracks

Not everyone can be Al Walser. Despite their abilities and efforts, some producers didn't click with their audiences, ending up in some kind of digital purgatory. Alan Ranta looks at a few artists that, for various reasons, slipped through the cracks.

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Shigeto: Lineage

The instrumental hip-hop beat-maker follows his emotive debut with a mini-LP that's both a step forward and a step back.

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Infinitirock: Music for Primordial Recollection

Red Hook's Infinitirock makes instrumentals that would shut down a library.

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Botany: Feeling Today

Botany offers a glimpse of the beats that lie ahead on an experimental and nostalgic EP.

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El-P: Weareallgoingtoburninhell Megamixxx3

While the music is well-produced, and the beats are tight, and the fuzz is furious, it's still background music.

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RJD2: The Colossus

RJD2 attempts to rebound from the contempt his fans hold for previous full length The Third Hand.

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Blockhead: The Music Scene

Returning to the darkness that he was so comfortable with on his first two albums, Blockhead sounds like he's home and loving it.

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Machinedrum: Want to 1 2?

Most of Travis Stewart's fourth Machinedrum album sounds noisy, and it is hard to tell how much of the distortion is purposeful glitch-hop or generally lazy. It's not his best work.

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Nosaj Thing: Drift

It's a fabulous introduction to a burgeoning beat-making talent, one of the finest since edIT's Crying Over Pros For No Reason.

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Broadway Project: One Divided Soul

Dan Berridge's fourth LP of cinematic downtempo will grab your undivided attention.


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