This Week’s New Electronic Music You Should Hear


Today, we’re here to share the latest tracks from various artists and producers. Some of them are top-notch, some are quite good, and some are OK.

The producers on this list come from different countries: Russia, Japan, Germany, Netherlands and USA. Some of them make music in their bedroom studios, while others have their own recording labels and teams. The genres include minimal techno, house, ambient etc.

If you couldn’t find the genre you like in the previous list – check out our lists from previous weeks:

This Week’s New Electronic Music You Should Hear (Week 1)

This Week’s New Electronic Music You Should Hear (Week 2)

This Week’s New Electronic Music You Should Hear (Week 3)

This Week’s New Electronic Music You Should Hear:

1. Brian Eno – “Late Anthropocene” (from Reflection)

2. Laurence Guy – “Love and Be Loved” (from Saw You For the First Time)

3. Ricardo Donoso – “Telemetry for a Dreamer” (from Sarava Exu EP)

4. Daedelus – “Make it So” featuring Michael Johnston, from Labyrinths LP

5. Oneohtrix Point Never – “The Pure and the Damned” featuring Iggy Pop, from Good Time OST

6. Seba Kaapstad – “Thina” featuring Nonku Phiri, from Thina LP

If you’re a fan of electronic music and follow the genre closely, then you know that it’s not always easy to find new releases because there are so many of them. To keep track of all the fresh tracks you should be listening to, we’ve created this blog. We regularly update the list with new EDM songs we like and ask our readers to vote for their favorites. Here’s our selection of the best tracks released in the past two weeks.

The Bloody Beetroots – Saint Bass City Rockers

This is a powerful song with amazing vocals and a great synth sound. The beat is also absolutely spectacular, and if you listen closely, you will hear a wonderful guitar solo at around 3:20. This song has been on heavy rotation in my playlist for about a week now and I don’t intend to take it off anytime soon.

Cirez D – On Off (Original Mix)

When I first downloaded this track last week, I thought it was just another one of those weird minimalistic dance songs that are becoming more and more popular these days. But after listening to it once or twice, I started hearing all kinds of amazing sounds that I had initially ignored because they weren’t that prominent in the mix.

It’s not just the biggest and most energetic track on this week’s list, it’s one of the biggest and most energetic I’ve heard all year. It does exactly what you want an electronic track to do: sweep you up in a rush of euphoria and carry you away.

“If you love electronic music, this is the best podcast to listen to.”

– Pitchfork

“I spent a long time trying to figure out how to make music that would be my own thing,”

says Thom Yorke, “and I did it but I couldn’t follow it through. But now I can, and that feels like what I had always wanted to do.” The words are those of a man who has been through the wringer. He is talking about the way in which a record or collection of songs can become an expression of its creator’s personality, and a way of communicating with others. It’s also about how he has achieved that for himself. It’s a good place to start for anyone who wants to explore this fascinating subject matter without having to go too far down the rabbit hole of electronic music history and terminology.

The song “Nike, Nike, Nike (What You’ve Done)” is Yorke at his most vulnerable and personal. His lyrics speak directly about how he felt after losing his mother when he was just 10 years old: “My mother was my friend / She taught me how to play / It’s

I have always considered electronic music as a kind of experimental music. It’s the future of sound, and it’s going to be very important in the 21st century.

Electronic music is a genre that includes various genres of electronic dance music. Electronic dance music has been a part of many peoples lives for decades.

I have been listening to electronic music since I was a child, but I have never had any problems with it. I listen to electronic music because it makes me feel good. Electronic music is not just about dancing, but also about having fun and enjoying life.

I love listening to electronic dance music because it is fun, interesting and fun to listen to.

I think that the reason why I love listening to electronic dance music is because it makes me happy. When I am listening to electronic dance music, my mind is free and my body feels relaxed.

Electronic dance music is not only useful for people who want to relax, but also for people who want to be creative and creative at the same time. Electronic dance music helps you develop your imagination and creativity by helping you focus on one thing at a time.

When I listen to electronic dance music, I feel like I am in another world where there are no worries

The Internet is a great place for music discovery, and it’s only getting better as streaming services like Spotify get more sophisticated. If you’re looking for new music to groove to, check out our favorite electronic tracks every week.

This week, we have a whole lot of pop. We have a track from the brilliant new M83 album, whose lead single “Midnight City” is poised to be this summer’s “My Girls.” We also have one of the best songs off the new Hercules & Love Affair album, which we gave an 8/10 in our review. And if you like “Houdini” by Foster the People (which is pretty good on its own terms), check out the original version by Foster & Kimbra.


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