ANIMA is Thom Yorke's strongest solo or side endeavor since The Eraser.
Even after 25 years, Matmos is creating some of the most fun and inventive electronic music you'll hear in your life.
Collapse is Richard D. James's best release since the return of Aphex Twin.
Singularity successfully reaches for the stars for a good part of its runtime.
Daniel Avery's latest effort dives headfirst into the depths of ambient techno, but comes up relatively empty-handed.
Richard D. James' first full-length under the Aphex Twin name still stands as a landmark moment in contemporary electronic music.
Arca's voice is a welcome addition to his otherworldly production style on his self-titled album, but sadly, many of my reservations about his past full-length efforts still stand.
Blanck Mass makes a grand, industrial-flavored return with World Eater.