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The 10 Best Electronic Albums of 2010

Let's take a journey to Pop Past and re-experience the best electronic albums from a decade ago. Many electronic sounds in 2010 remained in the margins, using the lexicon of its predecessors to define what they were.

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The 10 Best Electronic Albums of 2009

Revisiting our best electronic albums from 2009, we find these records have stood the test of time.

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"Each Page Another Story": Wolfgang Flür's Eccentric Journey Through Emotion

Although known as a prominent member of Kraftwerk, Wolfgang Flür has carved out a unique, eccentric universe all for himself, which inspired his ever-changing new pop disc Eloquence.

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The Best Electronic Music of 2013

Above all, 2013 was a year when electronic music's cream of the crop did what they do best and left no one wanting for more.

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The Best Electronic Music of 2012

2012 was another year of innovation and diversity in electronic music, but with the same artist as last year at the top of the heap after all was said and done.

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The Best Electronic Music of 2011

Our electronic music enthusiasts pick highlights from a year when the genre ranged widely and wildly from ADD dance music to the last great pure dubstep record to an industrial cacophony that's a proper soundtrack to a world in turmoil.

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Throbbing Gristle: The Gristleism

Throbbing Gristle’s music box is possessed of the magical and the disturbing, and a step forward in its industrial mission.

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Indian Casino

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Industrial

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Groupshow: The Martyrdom of Groupshow

Jan Jelinek and friends document the uneven results of supergroup jam sessions.

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Meshell Ndegeocello: 6 October 2009 - New York

It feels like Ndegeocello is treating us audience members like adults-she respects us far too much to withhold the ugly truths, or to censor her interpretations of them.

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Miss Kittin & the Hacker: Two

Nearly a decade after debuting at the height of electroclash, Miss Kittin and the Hacker team up again for something more lush but no less engaging.

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Nobody's Bizzness

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Atom™: Liedgut

Uwe Schmidt’s philosophical side is every bit as playful with Atom™ as with Señor Coconut, if a bit less accessible.

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Sascha Funke: Watergate 02

Funke, the thinker’s minimal techno maker, delivers a reliably hazy and swirling mix for the Watergate series.

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Reinventing the Music Box (Again)

FM3 updated its minimalist masterpiece to include new loops and a fun new pitch controller. But where does this progression stop, and what does it mean to the Buddha Machine's reputation as an instrument of simplicity?

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Ethan Rose: Oaks

The sounds of days past, with all the haze and glaze of a memory.

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Warp celebrates 20 years with you!

Vote for your favorite tracks, in honor of Warp's latest milestone.

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Dim Dim: Whip

Emotion in cartoon motion, laughing and crying, from a lovely eccentric Belgian.

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Harmonic 313: When Machines Exceed Human Intelligence

Long-awaited full-length from Mark Pritchard’s Harmonic 313 project is dubstep, techno and glitch-hop standing tall in the shadow of Detroit.

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