An alternately impressive and head-scratching LP that packs as much music as possible onto a humble vinyl LP. This all-Iranian compilation is a raw and enticing display of dystopian electronics, disrupting stereotypes and highlighting the creativity of the Iranian diaspora.
Kelly Lee Owens leans into more abstract material, sometimes gorgeous and sometimes abrasive. An album of geological vignettes that highlight the Timedance founder's mastery of texture and sound design.
The Detroit DJ's T4T LUV NRG mixtape is a devotional hymn to the salvational powers of house. Veteran music journalist John-Paul Shiver writes about how the old-school spirit of Cinthie's impeccable house DJing brings him back to his '90s heyday. The long-awaited debut album from one of techno's most beloved improvisers is a weightless trip through the cosmos. The Detroit techno don's ninth album splits the difference between minimal techno and creepy dark ambient.
A 30-year retrospective from the other side of the internet's looking glass.
An eerie and beautiful album from the Kansas producer that builds vivid worlds out of techno and ambient.
Another deep—and deeply affecting—concept album from the South African maestro, this time focusing on identity, sentience and belonging. Shinichi Atobe's most straightforward album yet still holds many dubby techno wonders. A grab-bag of a remix album with inspired turns from Anz, Nia Archives and LSDXOXO, highlighting the singer-songwriter's unique position in pop-dance crossover.