Here's what we're feeling from this past month.
Nordic Flora Series Pt. 3: Gore-Tex City
An all-encompassing techno album equal parts epic, catchy and soothing.
Clone Classic Cuts
An essential collection of overlooked '90s electro from the Detroit duo of Ian Clark and ADULT. member Adam Lee Miller.
The Night Land
An album of dreamy house from two producers who know how to lay down a great melody.
The UK producer fought through writer's block to make the most vivid and aggressive records of his career.
Melody As Truth
Beautiful new age music richly textured with guitar, gamelan and synthesizer.
Ron Trent Presents Prescription
Word, Sound & Power
Rush Hour Music
A hefty box set that documents a seminal label's monumental contribution to house music.
A psychedelic journey through funk, rock and jazz told with a sense of humour and some of the best basslines you'll hear all year.
Nimble industrial-tinged techno.
Young Marco shows off his records—some rare, some more familiar, all united by a quirky, cartoonish vibe.
Bing & Ruth
No Home Of The Mind
Pianist and composer David Moore pares his ensemble down for his most ambient and bewitching record yet.
18 1/2 Minute Gaps
Grizzled bass music in all shades of grey that puts Turinn up there alongside label-mates like Millie & Andrea.
Outro Tempo: Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil 1978-1992
Music From Memory
An incredible, decade-spanning compilation of Brazilian electronic music that'll give you a whole new world of music to explore.
A look back at Drexciya's final album, which saw their spiky electro take a more downcast and ruminative turn.
Objekt's new 12-inch shows his playful side but still delivers the kind of high-tech beat science we love him for.
The Jamaican duo one-up themselves with a swaggering dancehall track full of abstract touches.
Four formidable artists—Paula Temple, Rrose, Aïsha Devi and SØS Gunver Ryberg—put their heads together for a techno EP both punishing and cerebral.
Person Of Interest
Boost The Whip (I-95 Mix)
Breezy breakbeat house that's perfect for cruising down the freeway.
Cave Jams Vol. 1
Effortlessly simple deep house that hits in all the right places.
Another 12-inch of discombobulated dance music by one of Bristol's best talents.
5ive, Samo DJ & Powder
The Trilogy Tapes
Warm and wonky house by three oddball producers.
Roman Flügel goes steely techno while maintaining his irresistibly melodic approach.
PM V/A Vol. 1
A group of techno producers firing on all cylinders.
An EP of breezy, wide-ranging house from a duo whose music wouldn't be out of place on fellow DC label Future Times.
Astral Plane Recordings
Astral Plane Recordings delivers another EP of earth-shaking, face-melting experimental club music.
Truss and Tessela tighten up their sound for a record that retrofits classic rave music with glistening 2017 textures.
The Giegling affiliate whips up ambient, krautrock and techno into something utterly unique and totally danceable.
Broken rhythms and a light touch make this one of Fred P's strongest records in recent memory.
UK funky and Dutch bubbling combine for completely infectious dance music where the drums do all the talking.
- Nina Kraviz
The Lot Radio 03:21:2017
Nina Kraviz takes over the Brooklyn radio show with records from NYC locals and some forthcoming трип goodness.
- Ryan Keeling
Electronic Explorations #462
Breakneck techno from RA's editor-in-chief.
8.3.17 - Radar Radio
An hour of non-stop surprises from Night Slugs' secret weapon.
- Will DiMaggio
Wut Mix 15
An hour of soulful and eclectic house from a quirky New Yorker.
Hugo Ball/Daphne Series
The Toronto DJ behind the Work In Progress and It's Not U It's Me parties takes the reins of Smart Bar's Hugo Ball mix series with a typical selection of lush, dreamy house and techno.
- Jeremy Underground
RA Live - 21.03.17 at Brilliant Corners
A recording from our recent Brilliant Corners listening session with Paris's favourite vinyl digger.
Golden Pleasures 029
A mellow selection from the ascendant Japanese artist.
Ru de Plaisance mix
A classy mix of house music styles from a Parisian smooth operator.
The Ghost, Berlin's record store on wheels, launches its podcast series with this spacey set from KRN.
- Tobias Freund
Mysteries Of The Deep LXVI
This ambient set is taken from a recently-discovered cassette that dates all the way back to 1990.
Label of the month: Peoples Potential Unlimited
Andrew Morgan has channeled his love of private-press synthesizer funk into a bustling label and mail order business. Matt McDermott speaks to the outsider soul expert at PPU headquarters in Washington, DC.
Top 10 May 2017 Festivals
Our top picks from around the world in May.
Under the covers: Alex Solman
Angus Finlayson meets Alex Solman, the man behind the distinctive drawings for the Golden Pudel and one of the best visual artists working in music today.
The art of DJing: Venus X
Bold, confrontational, unique—the New York DJ talks shop with Max Pearl.
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