ATP records, Album (full-length)
I love how each member of Autolux don’t care about ‘being heard’, they will only play what is necessary to make the track perfect. No overcomplicated tracks, just plain and simply fantastic!
Suggested by Neil Martin
Tri Angle, Single
viral melodic thread, haunted horns, child spirits singing – soundtrack to a surreal sunny winter day in an abandoned playground
Suggested by Kim Cascone
Anticon, Album (full-length)
Baths is intriguing. He really captivates in a live setting despite the fact that he is just using a midi controller, his laptop and vocals. He proves that you can definitely be a solo laptop artist and make it very interesting live. His songs bursts with pop-glitch beauty!
Suggested by David Rothschild http://www.myspace.com/purplesageproductions
anticon., Album (full-length)
When this album first came out I couldn’t even take it out of my car. I take that back, it’s still in my car, haha. No matter the mood, Baths could usually fit it. The album is exciting, but at the same time can be very relaxing. Mix of ambient, minimalism, glitchy, triphop, just something fun to sit back and listen to. And definitely good for a long drive.
Suggested by Mark W
Binarpilot, Album (full-length)
Tracker music is nouveau retro and irresistibly geeky. Binarpilot does it right. His music is accessible, unique, and terribly catchy. What’s more, his pro-piracy campaign cleverly shilled the new album through troll-baiting commenters. How Fun!
Suggested by Robert Thoth www.freneticore.net
rec72, Album (full-length)
Nu Breaks and IDM combined in a marvellous way. Enjoy!
Suggested by Hans Dampf http://rec72.net
Ninja Tune, Album (full-length)
Bonobo has always been a great artist, but he seems to have matured a lot with his production on this album. I played it to alot of my friends/family who don’t really dig electronic music and they loved it!
Suggested by Justin
Small Craft on a Milk Sea
Warp Records, Album (full-length)
Suggested by Guy Noren http://guynoren.carbonmade.com/