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Jessy Lanza: Oh No (Hyperdub)Jessy Lanza’s second full-length album delivers on the promise of her debut and also incorporates contemporary flirtations with footwork, electro, and bass music. Her high, light vocal is distinct and often featured in ways that...

Barker & Baumecker: Turns (Ostgut-Ton)Barker & Baumecker have consistently produced reliably good techno, and Turns marks an expansion on their style. Fans may be thrown by the 13-minute sprawl of opener “Senden,” which begins unassumingly as an ambient glide...

Delta Funktionen: Wasteland (Radio Matrix)Niels Luinenburg released four 12" vinyl EPs last year, each numbered off as a unique chapter of Wasteland. Fast forward to a full year after the fourth installment, and he’s collected them all as a proper album in...

C. Diab: No Perfect Wave (Injazero)Caton Diab is a Canadian guitarist whose debut album is a sheer stunner. The instrumental music that comprises No Perfect Wave largely focuses on affected bowing, with additional plucking and effects. It might be tempting to throw in...

Virginia: Fierce For The Night (Ostgut-Ton)Virginia’s first full-length album for the esteemed Ostgut-Ton imprint (affiliated with Panoramabar in Berlin, perhaps the epicenter of all things techno in Europe) is a breath of fresh air, incorporating the sonic...