All kinds of electronically produced music can be found here: techno, drum ‘n’ bass, trance, electronica, house, and more. Example artists: The Chemical Brothers, Toro Y Moi, The Postal Service.

Auto Body – Say What You Will

I was super excited when I hit play on this release. Super edgy, cool, layered electronic music. The first two tracks alone are worthy of you attention, but the whole thing is good. Enjoy!   [wp_bandcamp_player type=”album” id=”1583252048″ size=”grande2″ bg_color=”#333333″ link_color=”#4285BB”] ... Read more

Vinyl Thief – Rebel Hill

This is just plain awesome music. I literally just heard this for the first time 6 minutes ago, and I am now sharing it here. Fun, upbeat, electro-rock. Get it as a pay-what-you-want download (including for free). [wp_bandcamp_player type=”album” id=”2779509845″ size=”grande2″ bg_color=”#333333″ link_color=”#4285BB”] ... Read more

Nate Leslie – Force My Hand

This sophomore album from Nate Leslie is a medley of many sounds, moods, and sonic colors. The blunt transition between the high-energy rock blast of the opener “The Love” and the brooding, melancholy of the second track “Where There Are Satellites” is enough to show what a roller coaster that this record is. As has […] ... Read more

Mayhem – It’s Murder

High energy, pulsing, mind bending electronic music. Sonic twists and turns that will keep you guessing. I love the variance in the sounds and instruments used. [wp_bandcamp_player type=”album” id=”3278483111″ size=”grande2″ bg_color=”#333333″ link_color=”#4285BB”]   ... Read more

Zero Bedroom Apartment – EP

Ahhhh…I love instrumental music. ZBA is dreamy, beautiful, and will put you in a trance in a matter of seconds. This gorgeous music was recommended on the page of the band The American Dollar (whose music is unfortunately not free, but is totally worth buying). Zone out with this free release.   [wp_bandcamp_player type=”album” id=”2917374033″ […] ... Read more

Die Hard Cafe – Casualties of Tuesday Night!

Noisy, distorted electro-pop music. If you only have time to listen to one song, make it “Answering Machine,” probably the catchiest and most engaging track on the album. [wp_bandcamp_player type=”album” id=”1594448679″ size=”grande2″ bg_color=”#333333″ link_color=”#4285BB”] ... Read more

Carousel – 26 Allston EP

This album is not featured on bandcamp, but I got my hands on it through another music blog, and it is downright spectacular. Smooth, catchy, and ultimately dance-able tunes are the name of the game here. This band is picking up momentum quickly, so download this for free while you still can. http://carouselmusicpage.com/ep.html ... Read more

Little Chestnuts – Opal [EP]

Though their music has an electronic feel to it, it is definitely not as lo-fi as the album cover may indicate. Electro-pop-rock is what you’re in for here, with an intelligent blend of minimalism and atmosphere. There is never a huge wall of sound pumping out of your speakers, but that doesn’t restrict the music […] ... Read more

No Way Josie! – EP

If you’re ever feeling down, thinking to yourself, “Aww man, I wish I could just dance, stomp my feet, and shake it like I’m Jell-o”, then you need to put this music on full blast. Talk about ENERGY. NWJ!’s EP is a brilliantly produced electro-pop-dance album filled with amazing hooks and mind-bending synth work. If […] ... Read more

Computer – Pilots

Ok, I know that I just featured Computer two posts ago, but I have been abusing their songs on my ipod for the past week, so I just have to get this out there. This album is a further development of their synth-dance-rock sound, with a lot more layers and sonic variation throughout. It’s a […] ... Read more

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