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Sina Bathaie's Music "Bloom"s As Persian Progessive House

Toronto composer/producer Sina Bathaie serves up Persian hammer dulcimer and progressive house beats on the meditative "Bloom".

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Underworld: Beaucoup Fish (Super Deluxe Edition)

Some remnants of the age of "electronica" are even better than you remember. The deluxe treatment for Underworld's Beaucoup Fish is perfect for anyone ready to jump back into that era with both feet.

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Leftfield: Leftism 22

Leftism 22 is a document in the history of progressive house, but also a loose, pleasurable excursion as comfortable with the dance floor as it is with sweeping, cinematic beauty.

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Dusky: Outer

London's Dusky return after a five-year hiatus with their first major label release that shows increasing focus and direction, which results in not only some fantastic songs but a well-structured and perfectly paced record.

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Underworld: Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future

Legendary electronic music duo Underworld make a relaxed, confident, lovely album that's unabashedly themselves.

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Kaskade: Automatic

As usual, Kaskade draws strength from mainstage EDM culture. Unfortunately for him, right now that culture is the weakest it's ever been.

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Fort Romeau: Insides

London's Fort Romeau delivers a treat for progressive house fans and old-school electronica devotees alike.

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Basement Jaxx: Junto

The UK progressive house duo is in transition on their latest full-length.

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Echaskech: Origin

The third album by Echaskech, their first since 2009's Shatterproof, sees London producers Dom Hoare and Andy Gillham honing their sound craft with immersive results.

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Close to the Edgeland: An Interview with Underworld's Karl Hyde

Karl Hyde's new album consolidates Underworld's lyrical themes through his own unique sense of place, crafting an album which celebrates a generation of British "un-identity". Here, Hyde discusses the album in vivid detail, including his fascination with cities, and the cultural schizophrenia of the modern generation.

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Underworld - "Scribble" Premieres on the BBC (MP3 / video)

With Karl Hyde and Rick Smith putting together the final touches on a new Underworld album, new track "Scribble" makes its premiere on BBC Radio 1.

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Underworld

Karl Hyde is not intent on slipping into the comfy chair just yet. Instead, he's donning a sparkly, silver-sequined jacket that begs the question: is all that glimmers really gold?

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Underworld: Underworld 1992 - 2002

Underworld's long-awaited double disc anthology Underworld 1992 - 2002 contains 16 of the act's most beloved concoctions.

Rahul Gairola
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Underworld: A Hundred Days Off

It's been three years since their last studio album, but Underworld is pulsating back onto the dance floor with their latest release A Hundred Days Off.

Jin Moon

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