The Swedes’ fourth LP is something else, but something profoundly exhilarating.
Meticulous and soulful, this is exemplary electronic RnB.
Impressive fifth album from producer Simon Green, building on previous triumphs.
Second set from Glaswegian electro duo, successfully expanding their debut’s palette.
British producer plays weird with his inspirations on a seductive debut.
Few will grow tired of these intimate songs living in their headphones.
A stars-bound journey away from the drudgery of everyday ordinariness.
Ten-year overview showcasing the talent of an electro A-lister.
This is Autechre operating at their highest level since 1998’s LP5.
The catalyst of creation located in the power of psychic persuasion.
Radiohead frontman remains instantly recognisable despite electronic disguise.
Proves that potential mass appeal need not come at the expense of creative flair.
Boards of Canada’s breakthrough is a piece of vital electronica history.
Animated and unrelenting debut set from London electro-rock quartet.
An underwhelming second album that misfires more than not.
If you want proof that dubstep still has a soul, start here.
London producer coaxes new flavour from familiar ingredients.
A calmer, more measured set than fans of the man’s music might be expecting.
An ambitious “symphony” with its roots in techno, recalling classical minimalists.
Electro trio travels further from the dancefloor, picking up new tricks as they go.