Andy Stott revisits his early-2010s "knackered house" sound on this lengthy EP of sluggish, sooty club tracks.
Powerful full-length debut from the South African experimental club producer, filled with self-assured vocals and disorienting rhythms.
Meticulously plotted rhythms carry listeners through a mix of songs and indie electronic instrumentals on the composer's vibrant sophomore album.
Berghain resident Sam Barker expands the boundaries of techno, focusing on euphoric feelings rather than beats.
Inspired by his pirate radio past, Anthoney J Hart contorts grime, jungle, and garage rhythms into abstract club tracks.
Stephen Wilkinson celebrates his tenth year on Warp with a masterful mix of pastoral reveries and surprising tangents.
Revelatory, awe-inspiring fourth album from Italian composer and modular synth explorer Caterina Barbieri.
Mike Silver explores turn-of-the-millennium corporate jungle on the spiritual sequel to 2015's The Colours of Life.
Deathprod's first full album in 15 years is "an anti-fascist ritual," protesting hatred through sheer, uncompromising sound.
On his long-awaited second footwork album, Chicago's DJ Nate stands out just as much as he did a decade earlier.
Perhaps the most exciting album to emerge from Tanzania's ultra-frenetic singeli scene.
Highly focused outer-limits explorations from Berlin techno queen Ellen Allien.
Perhaps the most straightforward dance release from the Black Dice leader, and easily his most consistent album.
Recorded at home with a stripped-down set-up, Agora falls somewhere in between Fennesz's studio albums and his live improv material.
Sam Shepherd's engrossing second album veers from motionless ambient interludes to bracing techno tracks.
Heavy, psychedelic techno from fast-rising producer and BBC Radio 1 resident Teneil Throssell.
The producer and composer's third album is a fascinating, moving introduction to her AI, Spawn.
Australian duo HTRK's excellent fourth album contains their most romantic, sensuous material yet.
The drum'n'bass pioneer absolutely nails the sound and feeling of his essential early material on his second solo full-length.
The Canadian producer's second album is a set of wistful post-rave reflections.
House producer/DJ balances a concern for the planet with a shameless urge to have fun on her superb debut album.
The ambient artist makes a sharp turn from warped shoegaze pop to minimal electro-acoustic beauty.
Russian electronic artist Kedr Livanskiy's second album is brighter and more energetic than her past work, but retains its haunting quality.
Seven years in the making, the Syrian-Armenian-American's stunning debut album connects the personal, global, scientific, and spiritual dimensions of healing.
Lapalux follows the excellent Ruinism with an equally ambitious, complex album about the fluid, perpetual cycle of life, death, and rebirth.
Laurel Halo's energetic, unpredictable DJ-Kicks volume winds through styles such as Detroit electro, U.K. bass, gqom, and more.
James' boundary-shattering Hyperdub debut is a powerful expression of the London-based artist's identity.
Inspired by the photographs of Alfred Stieglitz, the producer/composer's beautiful 12th album is a fascinating meditation on artistic interpretation.
The duo celebrates their 25th anniversary with vibrantly creative and deeply disturbing explorations of plastic's ubiquity and dangers.
This collection of tunes recorded across the span of his career is a treat for die-hard Move D fans and newcomers alike.
Sounding more at peace with herself and her surroundings, Octo Octa's third album contains her most ecstatic work.
Eclectic mix of personal favorites and deep-crate rarities selected by the fast-rising South Korean DJ.
Spiritually minded LP of shape-shifting electro and techno tracks from the Lisbon dance scene mainstay.
The tenth studio album from the British IDM duo is inspired by humanity's relationship with synthetic objects.
Martin Jenkins' third full-length for Ghost Box is a subterranean playground full of synth-laden mystique.
Debut full-length of angular, hyperkinetic grime and garage mutations from British artist Rian Treanor.
The Deepchord and Echospace mastermind records the most high-energy and dancefloor-focused album of his career.
Apocalyptic pile-up of industrial, IDM, techno, and footwork from Chicago-based Mike Meegan.
Mick Harris' first album as Scorn in nearly a decade is another essential burst of diseased dub.
The longtime friends collaborate on a somberly beautiful set of ambient pieces inspired by 20th century shipwrecks in the Great Lakes.
The Los Angeles lo-fi beatmaker presents the even heavier, more apocalyptic follow-up to his brilliant Dark Red.
Developed while on tour, Hauschildt's sixth solo album contains some of his most spontaneous-sounding work.
Adventurous producer returns after five-year hiatus with a mature collection of ethereal beat-forward ambience.
Beautiful and devastating fourth album from Telefon Tel Aviv, combining innovative sound design with harrowing lyricism.
On their best work to date, the experimental electronic duo offer patiently unfolding ambient sprawl and lively, Krautrock-inspired synth meditations.
A soothing, minimalist, ambient work in the vein of "lower-case" electronica labels like Line and 12k.
Improvisatory electronics drawing from ancient traditions and global dance innovations.