Here are our favourite releases from the past month.
Rolling Romanian grooves rooted in classic tech house.
SW.'s beautiful debut album evokes the likes of Plaid, Photek and Galaxy 2 Galaxy while still sounding utterly singular.
The experimental artist's first album is a bewitching mix of treated instruments and pastoral tones.
Unknown To The Unknown
Tribal Data is a peek inside Filter Dread's manic mind, which seems to shift focus—and genre—every few minutes.
An essential retrospective that shows how Burnt Friedman has been reinventing rhythms for over two decades.
The ambient master turns in a contemplative 54-minute piece.
Up Too Early
Friends Of Friends
The LA label's roster makes music to soundtrack your morning, from gently bubbling techno to half-lidded folk to bright modern classical.
"It could be described as industrialised bass music," said Holly Dicker in her RA review, a fitting term for the work of this duo from the Posh Isolation label.
The Nothing Special
Dominick Martin is known as a drum & bass maestro, but this LP shows he's just as impressive making deep house, techno and downtempo.
Club Chai Vol. 1
Vital experimental club sounds from around the world and across the spectrum.
Lonely Planet is, as you might have guessed, a journey through the Australian artist's rich world of sound.
This addictive EP from the Brazilian producer is an explosion of percussion.
Eyes Of Glass
Bittersweet Italo disco with an unforgettable melody.
Elegant house music that borrows as much from West London as it does from Chicago.
Nordic Flora Pt. 1: Heroine
This four-track EP distills the sound of Varg's expansive techno catalogue into a single potent 12-inch.
Lord Of The Isles
Parabolas Of Neon
On this stellar companion to his 2016 album, Neil McDonald balances house and techno with lush ambient.
This first release from the label Stoscha showcases seven promising producers who twist techno and club music into new shapes.
No Time To Explain
Remember that video of Ricardo Villalobos riding the fader at last year's Dekmantel festival? "No Time To Explain" is the bomb he was teasing.
Fashion Dread / Digital Dread
The first release on Youngsta's new label sounds like exactly like something he would play: timeless, brooding dubstep.
The Israeli techno artist sounds inspired by Steve Reich on this gorgeous EP full of mallets, pianos and strings.
Music For Beings
The trio formerly known as Aquarian Foundation deliver a double-pack of dubbed-out techno, electro and deep house experiments.
Juju & Jordash
What About Tuesday?
This EP, apparently based on a week in the life of a touring musician, offers three different flavours of the duo's improvised techno.
The First Siren
The German techno producer expertly balances funk and intensity.
Jlin's computer-music-goes-footwork remix of "VII" is worth the price of admission alone.
Flørist presents V. Rosso
Windows On The World
Logan Sturrock shows his ear for detail on this EP of fluttering house grooves.
A Satin Sight
Fiery techno full of eerie synths and snares burnt to a crisp.
- Eli Verveine
Nightime Drama Podcast 001
Deep techno and electro from a DJ who always seems to deliver killer mixes.
- DJ Taye
Crack Mix 131
An hour-long Teklife extravaganza that showcases some of the crew's best producers.
- Barbara Preisinger
Phonons Podcast 037
The Berlin stalwart delivers a deep and subtly swinging blend of house and techno.
- Henrik Bergqvist
Phonica Mix Series 32
The recent RA podcaster continues his hot streak.
- Jayda G
Jayda G's second consecutive appearance on this list finds her in typically relaxed form.
Podcast De Onda
One of electro's on-form producers shows that his talents extend to DJing.
Beats In Space Radio #868
This mix from the Canadian artist is a must-listen for fans of trance and prog.
South African Jazz
The Rush Hour boss's collection goes far beyond dance music, as he shows in this mix of jazz records collected on trips to South Africa.
Solid Steel Radio Show 13/1/2017
Shapednoise blends Mika Vainio, Babyfather, Pinch and Coil into an eerie whole on this mix for Solid Steel.
Live Mix at ....July 2016
The Berlin DJ shares a pumping four-hour house set recorded at an undisclosed location in July.
Playing Favourites: Noise In My Head
Michael Kucyk's long-running radio show has made him one of Australia's most influential selectors. Andy Webb hears about some choice cuts from his collection.
RA In Residence: Bassiani
RA teams up with the venue leading the charge in Tbilisi's extraordinary club scene.
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Playing Favourites: Antenes
The respected New York artist tells Tony Poland her story through 11 records.
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