The essential albums, singles and mixes from this past month.
Dopplereffekt's first album in ten years is their most mesmeric record yet.
Sacred Bones Records
Ben Power's third album inflates power electronics, industrial and techno to arena-size levels.
Actress returns to form on this conceptually-loaded album that captures all of his best qualities.
Alejandro Ghersi discovers the power of his own voice on his most singular record to date.
Through The Looking Glass
Palto Flats, WRWTFWW
A missing link in the minimal music canon gets an overdue reissue from Palto Flats and WRWTFWW.
Paul Woolford cruises through jungle, electro and pirate radio memories on this standout Fabriclive mix.
Where Are We Going?
Wistful house music with a real emotional core.
Miracle Steps: Music From The Fourth World 1983-2017
A stunning compilation highlighting exotic music, old and new.
The Bug Vs Earth
Kevin Martin's electronic attacks and Dylan Carlson's roaring guitar combine for this powerful but surprisingly subdued LP.
Humble ambient electronics from the Japanese electronic music pioneer.
Kelly Lee Owens
Kelly Lee Owens
Breathy dance pop from a rising talent.
The Incredible Adventures Of Captain P
Soul People Music
More of Fred P's inimitable dreamy house music.
Peoples Potential Unlimited
Ultra-smooth DC funk from one of the city's finest purveyors.
The breakbeat master looks back to '90s techno with gorgeous results.
The NON cofounder applies a steady hand to experimental club music, emphasizing its curves and contours.
Dom & Roland
Aliens / Zodiac
Dom & Roland Productions
Badass drum & bass from the British producer's mid-'90s archives.
The Japanese producer bottles the vibe of Berlin's Cocktail D'Amore party with this EP of effervescent house music.
Central Processing Unit
Beautiful IDM-inflected electro from a young Maltese artist who we lost much too soon.
Nightfall And Other Stories
Deep and dreamy house music from two American veterans and their European disciples.
This collaborative release between LowMoneyMusicLove, Seekers and YAY showcases the best of all three labels: ethereal, stripped-back house.
The Other People Place feat. Mystic Tribe A.I.
Sunday Night Live At The Laptop Cafe
Essential electro from Drexciya's James Stinson, backed up with a vintage DJ Stingray track.
The Role Of Purity
Beautiful ambient dance music with bewitching sound design.
Geeks / Voodoo
Axel Boman returns with two wonderfully quirky house tracks.
Minimal house tracks to get lost in.
Invisible City Editions
Spiritual disco of the highest order.
Deceptively complex late-hours tunes rounded off with an essential Edward remix.
- Avalon Emerson
Live At Printworks March '17
Two hours of bliss from Avalon Emerson, recorded at the new London venue.
- Le Loup
Rowdy house and techno.
Solid Steel Radio Show 14/4/2017
Influences and new tracks from the likes of Shanti Celeste and Dorisburg make up this a vibrant session from RA's own Saoirse.
- David Rudnick
We Live As One
A roller-coaster of junglist edits of artists like AFX, The Knife and Fuck Buttons.
Soft Drinks Mix 003
House, techno and bass music as refreshing as a can of Rubicon Lychee.
The Growth Process - Deep Techno Mix Spring 2017
The LA producer celebrates the arrival of spring with deep, dark techno.
- Jex Opolis
Beats In Space Radio #881
Disco and funk oddities from the New York-based Canadian.
Partisan podcast 001
The Berlin DJ begins Partisan's new podcast series with a warm and trippy mix.
Telekom Electronic Beats Radio DJ Mix
Gritty experimental techno from one half of Lakker.
- Nancy Noise
Dreamy Balearic music from the always-reliable Sanpo Disco series.
Opinion: How the UK election could affect the club scene
Joe Seaton, the DJ and producer better known as Call Super, examines the election's consequences for club culture, and explains how to get involved.
The art of DJing: Anthony Parasole
The New York DJ opens and closes Berghain.
Top 10 June 2017 Festivals
We shout out our favourites from around the world in June.
RA Sessions: Space Dimension Controller
Everyone's favourite time traveller performs a classic and a new single.
Label of the month: Traffic Records
Strange sounds are creeping out of the Frankfurt area. Mark Smith checks in with a new wave of producers shaking up dance floors with an eclectic but infectious style.
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