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Lee Jones' 'Down Into Light' Is a Minutiae-Scanning Beauty of Minimal Techno

Down Into Light feels like the album Lee Jones was always born to make. He's always had a lightness of touch, but here, his touch is more delicate than ever.

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The Head Outweighs the Heart on DJ Koze's 'Knock Knock'

DJ Koze's commitment to avoiding easy four-on-the-floor dance music, his unwillingness to whack at synth pads for an hour and call Knock Knock an experimental ambient album, is commendable.

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Ricardo Villalobos: Empirical House

Empirical House transfigures lounge and even elevator music through Villalobos's trademark lens of minimal techno, creating a study of interior space and social contexts.

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Fur Coat: Mind Over Matter

Of course you can dance to this music. You could also dance to a cheap keyboard left on by accident or a dot matrix printer.

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System of Survival: Needle and Thread

Phat trax and Apollonian order make for a swell running soundtrack.

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Simian Mobile Disco: Unpatterns

Simian Mobile Disco's attempt at a headphones record, after making a name for themselves as blog-house practitioners, is marred by aloof monotony.

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