The Icelandic artist digs deep into the nature of human connection and employs a clarinet section and Gabber Modus Operandi to flesh out an earthy new sound. Hard-hitting but expansive techno from one of Philadelphia's most talented producers. Touching on darker shades of IDM and prog, Priori's latest still has the irresistible tug of his most upbeat and vibrant work. Skilled, sometimes astounding fusions of IDM, drum & bass and club music with Southeast Asian influences. Arabic-inflected jungle rhythms on SVBKVLT's landmark 50th release.
Seven years after his last release, Jamie Teasdale's castles in the sky are only getting more epic. A bold display of hybrid dance music that showcases Egypt's growing appetite for sprawling mutations of hard dance and otherworldly sound design.
Columbia RecordsThe job of a pop star like Beyoncé is to push pop music forward. On her latest LP, she both pays tribute to and glosses over decades of queer plight in search of clubby new sounds.
The Seoul duo's third LP is their most expansive to date, adding a depth of emotion (and shades of techno) to their curious rhythms and whimsical melodies. Sasu Ripatti's heaviest, most chaotic record yet.
One part of a new piece by the Hyperdub boss that explores themes of space colonization and the breakup of the UK, featuring some of Kode9's most incredible rhythms yet.
The prolific cellist's little known dance music alias receives a timely retrospective, providing an era-hopping itinerary of rave past and present. Is it techno? Is it IDM? Does it matter when the music is this good? The first album on Violet's naive label is a heartfelt tale of the ins and outs of clubbing over wonderfully dubby dance tracks. Through sludgy electronics and fearsome vocal performances, Moor Mother and DJ Haram offer a damning look at the past and present with a look to a better future, or at least a different one.