Here are our favourite releases from the past month.
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Open Your Eyes
Synth-soaked footwork from one of Teklife's leading artists.
The Texan electro producer's first album in ten years might just be his masterpiece.
Solar One Music
Drexciya's Gerald Donald teams up with The Exaltics for a captivating journey through space.
The long-awaited follow-up to Space Is Only Noise is Nicolas Jaar's best record yet.
Karma No Kusari
Spaced-out Japanese dub from the King Midas Sound member.
With this killer set of soul and funk, the French digger shows his collection isn't limited to club music.
The Studio Barnhus head weaves together melancholy and euphoria on his excellent debut album.
Ultra-deep electro to get lost in.
Straight up dance floor tracks with a twist from the latest addition to the Perlon stable.
The Manchester artist's debut solo record is quintessential Workshop: intimate house music that flickers like a candle.
Martyné & Jacob
Zany melodies and squiggly synths make Benza one of oddest—and most lovable—dance floor records of the month.
Aged In Harmony
You're A Melody
A triple 7-inch of disco and soul from 1970s Detroit, presented by by one of the scene's best diggers, Floating Points.
The producer who gave Cadenza one of its defining records returns to the label 13 years later with an EP that feels as vital.
Beneath The Skin
RA's Holly Dicker called this the "quintessential Klubnacht record."
One of Vancouver's finest DJs hones her production chops with an EP of lonely, astral electro.
Galtier takes the head-spinning rush of experimental club music and brings it to a more sedate pace.
Fit Of Body
Fit Of Body
Shambolic and addictive house music from Atlanta.
This Haxan Cloak-assisted EP is equal parts Bright Eyes and Blackest Ever Black.
Bad Feeling / Insulin
Aquarian calls his new label Hanger Management, and he certainly sounds pissed-off on these two slabs of searing breakbeat techno.
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100% Radio Hits
"It's a love letter to the bootleg days, the Hollertronix days, the Radio Soulwax days, the DJ Spinbad days. It's the feeling of listening to Radio Nostalgie in an Uber at night combined with the feeling of listening to Rinse FM on a Sunday in 2010."
Label of the month: Swing Ting
Angus Finlayson profiles a Manchester party and label defined by its colourful take on dancehall, garage and grime.
Top 10 November / December 2016 Festivals
Here are our favourites from the final months of 2016.
Machine Love: Matthew Styles
Producing, mixing, mastering, engineering, DJing, label management—we hear how a wealth of experience shapes Matthew Styles' studio sessions.
RA In Residence: Goa Club
In Residence heads to a Roman club that's considered to be among the best and most beautiful in Italy.
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