Here are our favourite releases from the past month.
That's why, from now on, we'll be rounding up the month's key releases.
Here's what you need to hear in August.
House Of Dad
House Of Dad
House Of Dad
Andy Wilson's loving and laid-back tribute to his father features mouth-trumpet, clarinet and the sound of a toilet flushing.
Hangin' At The Beach
L.A. Club Resource
The L.A. Club Resource boss channels scorching California summers through sketches that sound like they were made on a busted four-track.
Break World Records
An "epic poem" of experimental electronics from Elysia Crampton and a cast of her talented friends, including Rabit and Chino Amobi.
Bird Sound Power
Blazing dancehall instrumentals from two of Jamaica's best-kept secrets, released on Demdike Stare's excellent DDS label.
Cyclicality Between Procyon And Gomeisa
The Ukrainian producer packs woozy ambient, chugging krautrock and lush techno into this expansive double album.
High-definition destruction from three Russian producers who have never met in person, PHOENIXXX is an uncompromising example of experimental club music in 2016.
Joe Williams responds to our technological reality with a gorgeous and endlessly-inventive pop album.
Full of stuttering drums, ear-catching melodies and all sorts of twists and turns, "XLB" reminds us that David Kennedy is among the most innovative club producers out there.
¡Estéreo Bomba! Vol. 1
Proibito says it's "deep reggaeton," but whatever you call this intoxicating mix of swung drums and topsy-turvy melodies, we're into it.
This dreamy six-track cassette puts house music through a soft-focus lens.
Mood Hut's fantastic run of singles continues with three lengthy live jams from its most unpredictable artist.
On her first vinyl release, the Discwoman co-founder offers up textural tools for creative DJs.
Lee Gamble's UIQ label hits another home run with this EP of dense electronics, like present-day Mark Fell meets mid-'90s Warp.
Vital electro from one of the sound's most underrated practitioners.
The Monad series encourages experimentation through strict parameters, but Yotam Avni shows it still leaves room for badass techno.
Nucleus & Paradox
Two 20-year veterans combine the rush of drumfunk with fizzy Basic Channel and sound as fresh as ever.
Fade To Mind
Leonce's first release for Fade To Mind turns pop songs into irrepressible New Orleans bounce tracks.
- Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith & Suzanne Ciani
Two synth luminaries put their heads together on this gorgeous 40-minute ambient mix for FADER.
- Dre Skull
FACT Mix 564
Pretend that summer isn't ending with this blast of technicolour dancehall from the Mixpak boss.
Truancy Volume 153
The Club Chai founder impressively weaves together dance music sounds from all over the world.
- Nicolas Lutz
XLR8R Podcast 450
We barely know any of the house, techno and electro records in the Uruguayan selector's latest mix, which is just the way we like it.
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Driving house and electro recorded in the thick of a Sunday morning in Berlin.
- Tom Trago
Dekmantel Podcast 082
The Amsterdam lynchpin eases into a two-hour mix of smooth ambient, disco and house.
Anatomy Mix 028
Nearly five hours, recorded live in Tokyo, from one of techno's headiest DJs.
- Rie Lambdoll
Juno Plus Podcast 144
The Synth Sister delves deep into her techno collection with atmospheric cuts from Iori, Shed and Tobias.
This exquisite, gently broken Sunday night set from one of Freerotation's chief residents shows why the Welsh festival is so beloved.
RA Sessions: Audion
Live and improvised techno from Matthew Dear, one of the genre's most multi-faceted artists.
Top 10 October 2016 Festivals
Here's a run-down of our favourites from around the world in October.
Sunfall in pictures and mixes
Here's a flavour of what went down at one of London's best new festivals, with mixes from Sassy J, Om Unit & Sam Binga, Mister Saturday Night & Bradley Zero and Honey Dijon.
Playing Favourites: A Sagittariun
Holly Dicker talks tunes with the UK techno artist.
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