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5.0 classic
Bonobo Black Sands
DJ Rashad Double Cup
DJ Shadow Endtroducing.....
Eric Whitacre Water Night
Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon

4.7 superb
Kanye West Yeezus

4.6 superb
Daft Punk Discovery
Fatima Yellow Memories
my god this rules

4.5 superb
Airospace 戦場ヶ原 ひたぎ [vol. II]
holy shit this is actually really good. reminds me of nujabes a bit
Bonobo Black Sands Remixed
Brand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me
Burial Kindred
Captain, We're Sinking The Future Is Cancelled
Daft Punk Alive 2007
Danny Brown XXX
Dark Time Sunshine Vessel
Descendents Milo Goes to College
Diablo Swing Orchestra Pandora's Pinata
Frederic Robinson Mixed Signals
Gold Panda Lucky Shiner
Justin Timberlake The 20/20 Experience
Koan Sound Max Out
Muse Origin of Symmetry
Naibu Fall
Noisia Split The Atom
Nujabes Metaphorical Music
Prefuse 73 One Word Extinguisher
Reso Tangram
Run the Jewels Run the Jewels
Skream Midnight Request Line / I
The Classic Crime Phoenix
The Naked and Famous In Rolling Waves
Tool Aenima
Until The Ribbon Breaks A Taste of Silver

4.4 superb
Disclosure Settle
Todd Terje It's Album Time

4.3 superb
DJ EZ FabricLive.71
Tove Lo Truth Serum
EP of 2014 so far almost unquestionably. Some of the best pop music in recent memory

4.2 excellent
Akkord Akkord
Bonobo The North Borders
Royalston OCD
Seven Lions Worlds Apart

4.1 excellent
Big Freedia Just Be Free
Rustie Glass Swords
She chiptek
Special Request Soul Music
Tacocat NVM

4.0 excellent
AlunaGeorge Body Music
Anamanaguchi Summer Singles
Anamanaguchi Endless Fantasy
Review forthcoming. TL;DR: Chiptune that doesn't feel quite as gimmicky as it probably should. Some seriously excellent hooky guitar lines with some solid instrumentation show why Anamanaguchi are leaders in the "chip-punk" (god, that's a bad name) scene.
Anberlin Cities
Anberlin Vital
Andrew Bayer If It Were You, We'd Never Leave
Athletics Who You Are Is Not Enough
Banks London
holy shit like this is actually amazing how have i not heard this until a few days ago
Bonobo Days To Come
Boys Noize Oi Oi Oi
Burial Untrue
Camo and Krooked Pulse Of Time
Camo and Krooked Cross The Line
Far Away and Run Riot are kinda sorta actually fantastic.
Cardiacs On Land and in the Sea
Chipzel Spectra
CHON Newborn Sun
CHVRCHES The Bones of What You Believe
Codec Horizontime
Crying Get Olde
Darkside Psychic
Golden Arrow alternative title: Sex in 11 Minutes. Seriously, it's that good.
Death Cab for Cutie Transatlanticism
Deville Hydra
Diplo Florida
Dirty Projectors Swing Lo Magellan
DJ Hazard FabricLive.65
Hazard's always been a legend in the jungle world, and his skill with a simple single-deck setup is shown here. It succeeds where most mixes don't in that it actually brings a live, energetic feel instead of just fading tracks into each other.
Drum and Bass Arena Evolution
Ex Friends Twisted Around
Explosions in the Sky The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place
fun. Some Nights
Gozu The Fury Of A Patient Man
Haywyre Infinite
Horsepower Productions In Fine Style
House Of Heroes Cold Hard Want
How to Destroy Angels Welcome Oblivion
Icarus the Owl Love Always, Leviathan
J:Kenzo Ruffhouse/Therapy
James Ferraro Cold
K. Flay What If It Is
Koan Sound Funk Blaster
Koan Sound The Adventures of Mr. Fox
Koan Sound & Asa Sanctuary
Letherette Letherette
Lights The Listening
Lights Siberia
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
Machinedrum Vapor City
Maya Jane Coles Comfort
Nerve ep4
Noisia Imperial
Passion Pit Gossamer
Phaeleh Fallen Light
Pusha T My Name Is My Name
PVRIS Paris
Real Friends Everyone That Dragged You Here
Reso Valken
Robert Glasper Experiment Black Radio 2
Rockwell (UK) Noir
S.P.Y. What The Future Holds
S.P.Y shows why his meteoric rise to fame is justified with a solid - albeit long - collection of DnB tunes.
Sky Ferreira Night Time, My Time
Solterra Soul, Earth, Sun
Sons of the Morning Speak Soon Vol. 1
Sophie Bipp/Elle
I CAN MAKE YA FEEL I CAN MAKE YA FEEL I CAN MAKE YA FEEL BETTER
Sophie Lemonade/Hard
Swindle Long Live The Jazz
Would 4.2 this hard if I could. Basically, my favorite dubstep of the year so far. The jazz lives on!
The 1975 The 1975
The Crystal Method Vegas
The Herbaliser Very Mercenary
The Others Red Planet
The Temper Trap Conditions
The Wonder Years The Greatest Generation
TNGHT TNGHT
Todd Terje Spiral
Tonight Alive What Are You So Scared Of?
Some very good pop punk here. Draw all the comparisons you want to Paramore, but it's a solid album.
TTNG 13.0.0.0.0
I don't think I've heard a safer contender for Album Of The Year in quite some time. Of course, that doesn't mean this is bad - it's a contender for album of the year, after all. It just feels like TTNG have their brand of clean math-rock down to such an art that they can make incredible songs like "Havoc In The Forum" and "I'll Take The Minute Snake" sound so easy. Which, I suppose, is a testament to the achievements of the band in general, and that they can make such good music so effortlessly is inspiring. This is a great album, and anyone with ears for guitar in 2013 should give it a chance.
V.I.V.E.K Asteroids/Over My Head
Walton Beyond
Washed Out Paracosm
Yellowcard Southern Air
Zeds Dead Adrenaline

3.9 excellent
SBTRKT SBTRKT
Shlohmo and Jeremih No More
Skeptical Four:Fit 001
Todd Terje Its The Arps

3.8 excellent
Above & Beyond Tri State
K. Flay Life As A Dog
Mssingno Mssingno
Sorrow (UK) Warring

3.7 great
Alix Perez U
Dusky Careless
Mr. Scruff Ninja Tuna
Pilerats Rat Pack #1

3.6 great
Cashmere Cat Wedding Bells
Clean Bandit New Eyes
Flume Flume
Fred V and Grafix Recognise
Throwing Snow Mosaic

3.5 great
16Bit Dinosaurs/Boston Cream
waaaaaaah "ROOOOOOOOAR" dweh-wump, dweh, dweh-wump, dweh, dwuh neer-neer-neer-neer
7 Minutes Dead 7 Minutes Dead
Alix Perez Chroma Chords
Andreya Triana Lost Where I Belong
Ariana Grande Yours Truly
Ausland Schlage Klarvoajans
BT These Hopeful Machines
Calyx and Teebee FabricLive.76
not to repeat exactly what shitsofrain said but those teddy killerz tracks fit into the mix just perfectly
Camo and Krooked Zeitgeist
Cazzette Eject - Part 1
Cherri Bomb This Is the End of Control
Chipzel Super Hexagon
ChrisB. Triangular Objects
Courage My Love For Now
Cyantific Liberty
Digital Summer Breaking Point
Diplo Revolution
enV Electronic Super Joy OST (Part 1)
Ex Friends No Wonder We Prefer The Dark
Feadz Instant Alpha
Giraffage Needs
I Fight Dragons KABOOM!
Icicle Under The Ice
Icicle Xylophobia/Minimal Dub
InsideInfo Grow
IU Modern Times
Ivy Lab Afterthought/Brat
Jaytech Multiverse
Kahn Dread/Late Night Blues
Kahn Kahn
Koi. Maelstrom
Lapalux Nostalchic
Lee Bannon Alternate/Endings
Love & Light Level Up
Math the Band Don't Worry
Math the Band Stupid and Weird
Neonlight Byte Bites Bit
Neosignal Energy
Nomine Nomine's Sound/Searching
Owl City Maybe I'm Dreaming
Passion Pit Manners
Phaeleh Tides
Plastician Start Select Reset
Rene LaVice Insidious
Reso Check 1, 2
You can't deny the production quality on this one. While Reso doesn't exactly cater to his fans from the Valken EP, the song is a tantalizing taste of the album to come and I look forward to what Reso has to offer in a month.
Royal Teeth Act Naturally
Seriously underrated indie-pop (?) release. Thank you Dangerbird Record Store Day Sampler or else I wouldn't have found this
ShockOne Universus
Silversun Pickups Swoon
Skrillex Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites
Slingshot Dakota Dark Hearts
Starship Amazing Ruby Dagger
Storm The Beaches Hemisphere
Swindle Do The Jazz
Swindle has some of the funkiest, jazziest dubstep out there and Do The Jazz does not disappoint. His almost-unique spin on the genre is one not to be ignored, and the single/EP does quite well because of it.
Tectonic Tectonic Plates Volume 4
The Glitch Mob Drink the Sea
The Upbeats Primitive Technique
Them Crooked Vultures Them Crooked Vultures
Tonight Alive The Other Side
While not quite as strong as What Are You So Scared Of?, Tonight Alive knows what the hell they're doing and does it well. Also, inevitable mention of Jenna blah blah blah
Vampire Weekend Vampire Weekend

3.4 great
Break Hot Love/Breakfast
Com Truise Wave 1
NickBee Empty Your Mind
Porter Robinson Spitfire
We Roll Like Madmen The Kids Must Die

3.3 great
The Phonies Dreams of the Divine Machine

3.2 good
5 Seconds of Summer She Looks So Perfect
guilty pleasure jams all over the place

3.1 good
Courage My Love Becoming
Elliphant Look Like You Love It
Rustie Green Language
Venetian Snares My Love Is A Bulldozer

3.0 good
Actress R.I.P
Boys Like Girls Boys Like Girls
Boys Noize Out Of The Black
It's unfortunate to think that Boys Noize has lost whatever made him fun on Oi Oi Oi with the release of Out Of The Black. Sure, it's technically sound, and it's still kinda enjoyable, with a trademark Boys Noize spin on things - it's just not as fun as I know Boys Noize can be. While this isn't a bad album, it's most certainly a step back from Oi Oi Oi, and that step back turns out to be highly unfortunate.
Bush Sixteen Stone
Carly Rae Jepsen Kiss
Daft Punk Random Access Memories
Distance Meanstreak
Doctor P and Flux Pavilion Circus One
Some good stuff on this, back when Circus was still bearable. I especially like the Funtcase and Roksonix tracks, although their newer stuff is not nearly as good.
Emilie Autumn Opheliac
Enei Machines
Feed Me Escape From Electric Mountain
Five Knives The Rising
Flux Pavilion Lines in Wax
Ganja White Night Mystic Herbalist
Gemini Blue
Icarus the Owl The Spotless Mind
Kaskade Atmosphere
Kid Koala 12 Bit Blues
Knife Party 100% No Modern Talking
Krewella Play Hard
Linkin Park Meteora
Linkin Park A Thousand Suns
Mark Pritchard Ghosts
Meishi Smile mYSTERIOUS sUMMER vACATION
Mord Fustang Welcome to the Future
Muse The Resistance
Owl City Ocean Eyes
Rene LaVice Absolute Monster
Sabrepulse First Crush
Seven Lions Polarize
Seven Lions Days To Come
Skrillex My Name Is Skrillex
SP:MC Declassified
Well, whoop-de-doo, more SP:MC. The production is massive, but the fact that this brings absolutely nothing new to the table whatsoever doesn't really help its cause. Would 2.8 this if I could
Spectrasoul Delay No More
Swindle Forest Funk
Technimatic Mirror Image
Terra Terra Terra The Space We Create
Thriftworks Deviation
Two Fingers Stunt Rhythms
Vampire Weekend Contra
Victory Road Victory Road
Zomboy Game Time

2.9 good
Linkin Park The Hunting Party
Om Unit Threads
Sam Smith In the Lonely Hour

2.5 average
A Rocket to the Moon Wild & Free
Armin van Buuren Intense
This album fulfills so many trance stereotypes it's not even funny. That's not really a good thing, and immaculate production can't save it from being painfully average.
BT Laptop Symphony
BT A Song Across Wires
Not nearly as bad as I was expecting from the teaser for "Letting Go," one of the worst songs on the album. I mean, it's still BT, and it's still beautifully produced, but at this point in the "EDM craze" all this stuff has kinda been done before, y'know?
Delta Heavy Down the Rabbit Hole
A lot of bad stuff here. Sure, it's fun bad stuff, but it's still bad stuff.
Drumsound and Bassline Smith Wall of Sound
Feed Me Calamari Tuesday
incoming broadcast from Deviant BEEP BEEP BEEP NEEEEEEEEEER
Funtcase Doomed
I Am Legion I Am Legion
well this sounds just about like we'd expect it to sound, except watered down immensely
Icona Pop This Is...Icona Pop
Ikonika Aerotropolis
Jessy Lanza Pull My Hair Back
Katy Perry Prism
The instrumentals here are actually pretty interesting but the lyrics are just atrocious.
Mike Will Made-It #MikeWiLLBeenTriLL
Skrillex Bangarang
Spoken Illusion
The Crystal Method The Crystal Method
The Last Royals Twistification
The Mowgli's Love's Not Dead
If only everything here were as infectious as San Francisco.
Walk Off the Earth R.E.V.O.

2.3 average
Gareth Emery Drive

2.2 poor
Ill-Esha Open Heart Surgery

2.1 poor
Disney Soundtracks Frozen: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Real Friends Put Yourself Back Together

2.0 poor
Avicii True
Trying my hardest to withhold judgement on this until I finish it.

EDIT: Too late!
Blaqk Audio Bright Black Heaven
Fatima Al Qadiri Asiatisch
Flux Pavilion Blow The Roof
Knife Party Rage Valley
Linkin Park Living Things
I listen to this and the only thing I can think of to describe it is "hella vapid." It's just not interesting, although some of the second half is quite nice
Savant Alchemist
I heard my name?
The Glitch Mob Love Death Immortality
How many different ways can you say "disappointing as fuck?"
Zedd Clarity

1.5 very poor
Alvin Risk Junkfood
So much for Mr. Risk. This EP's aiming for all-out - as potentially evidenced by the all-caps song titles - and achieves none of it. Cliche in the worst way. still better than knife party tho
David Guetta Nothing but the Beat
Demi Lovato Demi
I See Stars Renegades Forever
Tracks were so bad even fuckin' Mutrix couldn't do anything with them
Kesha Warrior
Kid Rock Rebel Soul
Krewella Get Wet
Linkin Park Minutes to Midnight
Owl City All Things Bright And Beautiful
Owl City The Midsummer Station
How has no one started shitting on this one yet in a review?
Skillet Rise
Skrillex More Monsters and Sprites
Skrillex Leaving
Skrillex Recess

1.0 awful
brokeNCYDE I'm Not a Fan, but the Kids Like It!
Kidz Bop Kidz Kidz Bop 23
thanks for increasing my objectivity rating kidz bop kidz!
Knife Party Haunted House
Oh this will be enjoyable I'm sure, if the utterly horrible "EDM Death Machine" is any
indication

EDIT: I guess I was right!
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