Higher state: 21 tracks make for a flawless journey on Shawn Rudiman's new album Flow State, out now from Pittsburgh Tracks.
LoFi Freq's Lost In The Wires is an instant classic 18 track album from Detroit Underground.
Joachim Spieth's second album Tides is a masterpiece of dark ambient music, immersive on a level that operates closer to metaphysics than acoustics.
5 Mag is launching a new project to help hold our community together and feed our souls with good music. DJ sets every day, several times per day.
Pop up shops, interviews and talks and two distinct but related shows at Metro and Smartbar to celebrate 20 years of Ghostly International.
Detroit duo Mark Maynard and John Duffy are capturing the aesthetic of 1970s proto-electronic on the psychedelic analog dream music of Pato Y Pato.
Brian Eno, Jeff Mills and Michael Kandel offer radically different interpretations of the relationship between humans, the Moon and the Earth.
Desolate Diligence leads off the 10 track RiteOnRed from Change Request aka Andrew Emil, out on Dufflebag Recordings July 19.
Amphibian breakbeat? Hypno-Egyptian drum'n'bass? Beats me what you call it, but this music amazes more than it stupefies. But it does stupefy. That is, I am cautiously optimistic, the point, or at least part of it.
Plaster's TRANSITION represents the distillation of some 50 years of European electronic music history.
Groovement Organic Series hails an ambient masterpiece in Em Paz, a new album from Kaoru Inoue, the master of Japanese electronic music.
More Ghost Than Man's first single from his black music box of peculiar delights.
From aggressive acid to delicate ambient with Polish production duo Earth Trax and Newborn Jr on the Maze EP from Dopeness Galore.
Where Ambient Lives releases a strange and beautiful six track album from artlab founder Enrico Marani.
We need another new genre to categorize On Earth, the new album from Tim Dwyer's Off Land project.
"Still" is the first single from Hidden Orchestra's ambitious new album Dawn Chorus, out June 16 2017.
Inside the strange world of electronic music producer Yoshinori Hayashi, who makes tracks like no other man or woman born.
A reissue of the moving ambient classic Zenith re-opens the mystery of its vanished co-creator.