In alphabetical order, click on the name or album art for link to download…
* Abakus – Beyond the Fields – The crispest, most emotionally diverse release by Abakus to date.
* Arpetrio – Barcodes – Their fresh take on livetronica is a must-hear.
* Bluetech – Rainforest Reverberation – Littered with remixes of bass culture’s elite, this is downtempo glitch-hop at its finest with an underlying message of awareness.
* Electrocado – The Hass Effect – Mr. Bill’s side project with Ryanosaurus, psytronce with a touch of avocado.
* Govinda – Universal On Switch – Producer Shane Madden experiments with more whomp on this release, while still sticking to his gypsy roots.
* Gramatik – Beatz & Pieces Vol. 1 – Gramatik’s first release on Pretty Lights Music is a bit edgier than his soulful hip-hop of the past.
* The Human Experience – Harmonic Transformation – This project of David Block’s will take you on an unexplainable musical journey around the world.
* Ian Stewart – Dubonomics – Steering away from house music, Ian Stewart dabbles in dub and executes it with irie precision.
* Kaminanda – Year of the Golden Tiger – Distinctfully more energetic than his previous release, Kaminanda delves into more contemporary electronic sounds.
* Nadis Warriors – Allele Frequencies – Currently playing on repeat in my spaceship.
* Ott – Mir – Need I say more, the master of dub is at it again.
* Phutureprimitive – Kinetik – This release is more phuture, less primitive.
* Primus – Green Naugahyde – Primus sucks.
* Radiohead – The King of Limbs – Radiohead’s shortest album to date was recorded using turntable sampling techniques.
* Signal Path – Souls Unswayed – Hard hitting and soulful, these OG’s are still doing it as well as anyone.
* Skytree – Crystal Consciousness – A beat production visionary emerging far beyond today’s monotonous dubstep.
* Supersillyus – Tesselations – This album is a true example of how attention to detail and the incorporation of children’s instruments pays off.
* Thievery Corporation – Culture of Fear – Taking a political stance with their well crafted dub music, this album is perfect for a lazy summer spliff or an occupy movement.
* Thunderball – 12 Mile High – The most musically diverse album I’ve heard this year, Thunderball’s take on funk n’ bass is my favorite.
* Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile – The Goat Rodeo Sessions – Touches on bluegrass, classical, Irish and American folk (to name a few), I’ll let the musicianship do the talking on this one.