Flamagra mostly sounds like a hodgepodge of ideas FlyLo has already explored on previous efforts, and what surprises it does bring are hit-and-miss.
No Geography is unfortunately another late-career mixed bag from the electronic music duo.
Flume's full-length followup to 2016's Skin takes a very welcome turn for the experimental.
Even after 25 years, Matmos is creating some of the most fun and inventive electronic music you'll hear in your life.
Light in the Attic comes out with an excellent compilation of old school ambient music from 1980s Japan, an era and location that hasn't gotten enough shine up until this point.
While much of your enjoyment of Electric Lady Sessions will depend on your enjoyment of American Dream, that material does benefit from the more in-the-moment sound here.
A defining moment for electronic music across the board, Burial's sophomore album evokes a state of continuous bliss under grey skies.
Kai Whiston's debut album introduces him as one of the most promising up-and-comers in the blooming deconstructed club genre.