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Edward

  1. New York, New York
  2. Electronic
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  1. Hey Drum
    by Daphni
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    A sonic wonder that begins in one place and ends up in another, through peaks and valleys of beautiful off-tangent detours. The Fabriclive '93 album is highly anticipated, and this track perfectly sums up Daphni's various music styles, years of experimentation, work as a DJ, producer, creator, artist, singer. What else can be said about the creator of my favorite album of all time, Our Love. Thank you Dan for producing lasting art and entertaining/levitating our ears and souls.
  2. Tin
    by Daphni
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    Have been waiting patiently for this track since January 16, 2015, when Dan Snaith / Caribou / Daphni said "this track is a work in progress, I've been kicking around for a while...I guess it might turn into a Daphni track someday, entitled Tin." Well, thank you Dan for this beauty, for perfecting it, for letting it age, sit, play for a few thousand ears. One of my favorite tracks of the past decade. I could easily play this on repeat, forever.
  3. Two Thousand And Seventeen
    by Four Tet
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    An aquatic voyage of colorful spacey symphonies through the depths of the mind of one of music's greats. The harps are up there with Ne Yo's "So Sick" and even Dorothy Ashby's "Essence of Sapphire." Add to that a bassline that thumps like some golden era hip-hop classics, and you've got a certified Two Thousand And Seventeen banger. The cover art sums up the feeling I got the first time I heard this. Quite the combination of musical sounds. On point, as always.
  4. REFLECTIONS - MOJAVE DESERT
    by Floating Points
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    Silurian Blue Silurian Blue
    Breathtaking and beautiful. A sonic wonder. Almost like Radiality, Vacuum Boogie, and Montparnasse picked up Elaenia on the way, jumped onto a spaceship and ended up on a desert planet to jam. The elements of nature add a welcome texture to the music, as does the guitar. What a band. And what a film directed by Anna Diaz Ortuño. Can't wait to hear what Sam cooks up next in this Reflections series. A visionary, composer, and brilliant bandleader. This is nothing short of a masterpiece.
  5. Face to Face
    by Daphni
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    First heard this stunner on Gilles Peterson's a few weeks ago. More excited about Dan's new Daphni FABRICLIVE.93 album than ANY other record in recent memory. Contains a number of tracks we've heard over the past few years, that I've been drooling over, finally in album form. This track sets it off in typical Daphni fashion. Dan, thank you for this beautiful music!
  6. Robin Chasing Butterflies
    by Pearson Sound
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    Robin Chasing Butterflies Robin Chasing Butterflies
    Another must have album in what's been an impressive run by Pearson Sound. The names of the tracks aren't by mistake. Almost as if you can hear the robin chasing butterflies at 1:32 on the title track. Or when Eels gets eerie at 2:50. And Heal Me is perfect for any wounds that can be soothed by music. Music to vibe to.
  7. Erased Tapes Collection VIII
    by Various Erased Tapes Artists
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    Cantorum Cantorum
    Certainly my most played album of 2017, a collection of 11 beautiful and inspiring tracks. Brilliance on the part of Mr. Robert Raths to have such talented artists on Erased Tapes, and his vision in arranging the track order on this record. The replay value is endless, possibly my favorite compilation ever. Grateful to have been introduced to so many talented musicians through this album. Absolutely magnificent.
  8. Black Focus
    by Yussef Kamaal
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    Lowrider Lowrider
    What can be said that hasn't been said about this album yet. It's funky, it's dirty, it's fresh. Henry kills it on the keys and Yussef is a straight up wizard on the drums. This is a scary combination as these guys flip the script on what the music industry considers music. No wonder Frank Ocean is a fan. Big up Gilles, and also Alexander Nut, game recognize game.
  9. Broken Knowz
    by Jay Daniel
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    Paradise Valley Paradise Valley
    Record of the year. Jay Daniel nails it with tracks such as Paradise Valley, which like the rest of the album, is a textured future classic. A soulful spirit is present throughout the album and the live drum sounds add another dimension to what amounts to a rich and cohesive album. Traces of the beauty I heard years ago on his remix of Four Tet's Aerial are still here. And now with more musical and life experiences, the artist has painted us a masterpiece.
  10. Life’s Dancers (Floating Points Remix)
    by The Invisible
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    The homies link up again to deliver another absolute beauty. From the moment the strings set off, the listener is in for a sonic treat. The instrumental alone is worthy of being its own soundtrack, no surprise as Sam Shepherd is one of the greatest to do it. Sprinkle in thoughtful lyrics and vocals, and you have an absolute stunner. 9 minutes that could have easily gone on for 90 more.
  11. Thaw Cycle
    by Pearson Sound
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    Freeze Cycle Freeze Cycle
    Feel the chill. The moment Thaw Cycle starts you know it's going be a frigid ride with that bass and textured sounds going off. Freeze cycle continues the chilly ride, drums and sounds from all directions make you want to get up and dance. Pearson Sound, techno at its finest.
  12. Streetways EP
    by Taraval
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    Gar's Highway Gar's Highway
    My most unanticipated favorite record find of the year. For those who weren't part of the massive crowd rocking out to Four Tet playing Doug's Prayer in Amsterdam, you now have the chance to own this four track masterpiece. The hard hitting instrumentals and vocals all play a part in this magical four track ride that makes everyone get up and dance. Highly recommended by Four Tet and Mister Saturday Night, this is a must have worth its price many times over. Favorite track: all of them.
  13. II
    by Taraval
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    Where's Leon? Where's Leon?
    My favorite newly discovered artist of the year. Since the first time I heard Where's Leon and Texler Acid on Four Tet's Rinse FM show, I never thought I'd get my hands on those jams. These tunes hit hard, very hard, and the bass is in the right place. I dare anyone to play Where's Leon and not move their body. These are some big room stunners with timely placed vocals. Absolute heat from the mystery man who is Taraval.
  14. XLB
    by Pearson Sound
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    XLB XLB
    Some of the year's heaviest hitters here, setting off what might be the banger of the year with XLB. For those who didn't see Pearson Sound flex his DJ prowess live at Dekmantel, just know that this track tore the roof off. The drop is something else, from another galaxy. Can't wait to see what Pearson Sound cooks up next.
  15. Les Là-Bas (Bonobo Remix)
    by Henri Texier
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    Les Là-Bas (Bonobo Remix) Les Là-Bas (Bonobo Remix)
    A beautiful remix of a classic, Bonobo weaves his signature touch while letting Henri Texier's vocals do the talking. The result is a layered, jazzy, electronic, and airy beauty.
  16. On Our Way Home ft. Fatima & Jimetta Rose
    by Shafiq Husayn
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    On Our Way Home ft. Fatima & Jimetta Rose On Our Way Home ft. Fatima & Jimetta Rose
    The tune of the year for me. Fatima's voice is melodic, soulful, and memorable as always. Shafiq Husayn comes correct with the funk, soul, and LA vibes all over this one with the help of Jimetta Rose. Thank you Eglo, Sam, Alex, Shafiq, Fatima, and Jimetta. This is pure bliss.
  17. Rye Lane Shuffle - Single
    by Moses Boyd
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    Rye Lane Shuffle Rye Lane Shuffle
    The melodies of Rye Lane Shuffle have been dancing around my mind since I heard Kieran play them in his Boiler Room set in 2015. Moses is more than deserving of all the accolades and attention he's receiving. Jazz track of the year for me. Thank you Moses, Kieran, Sam, and Gilles for putting me on to this. Absolute brilliance.
  18. Glassbeadgames (8 Hours At Fabric Dub)
    by Martyn
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    Glassbeadgames (8 Hours At Fabric Dub) Glassbeadgames (8 Hours At Fabric Dub)
    The moment this record sets off you know it's going to be special. Martyn teams up with Four Tet to deliver a stunningly beautiful track. At some points it's possible to tell which artist put their touches on it, but it's the times you can't that really make this track a standout. Two masters working in unison, a cohesive collaboration that I can't stop playing.
  19. Randoms
    by Four Tet
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    Field Field
    Incredibly thankful that Kieran put this out. An artist who knows how much his listeners love his art and is confident in himself and his craft that he puts out some of his earliest work. And the result? It shows precisely how timeless Kieran's music is and how it has developed over the years. These tracks could have come out this year and would still be bangers. And cover art by Jason Evans to put the finishing touches on a beauty of a record. Masterful.
  20. Jindabyne (Four Tet Remix)
    by Tangents
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    A soothing, melodic, mystical remix by a musical legend and genius of an already smooth track. Big up Tangents and Kieran for this gem.
  21. Pink
    by Four Tet
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    Locked Locked
  22. Beautiful Rewind Remixes
    by Four Tet
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    Aerial (Jay Daniel remix) Aerial (Jay Daniel remix)
  23. Beautiful Rewind
    by Four Tet
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    Parallel Jalebi Parallel Jalebi
  24. Dialogue
    by Four Tet
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    The Space Of Two Weeks The Space Of Two Weeks
  25. Glasshead
    by Four Tet
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    Glasshead Glasshead
  26. Pink Remixes
    by Four Tet
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    Pyramid (Atoms For Peace remix) Pyramid (Atoms For Peace remix)
  27. 0181
    by Four Tet
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    0181 0181
  28. Morning/Evening
    by Four Tet
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    Morning Side Morning Side
  29. Misnomer
    by Four Tet
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    Misnomer (long version) Misnomer (long version)
  30. Thirtysixtwentyfive
    by Four Tet
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    Thirtysixtwentyfive (part 1) Thirtysixtwentyfive (part 1)
  31. Digital Arpeggios
    by Percussions
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  32. CVE Live 2011
    by Caribou Vibration Ensemble
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    Sun Sun
    This album is a dream come true and a much appreciated surprise from Dan. This Ensemble gathers some of the most brilliant minds & ears in music for an epic trip through a three track odyssey recorded live in high quality. It's incredibly valuable for those who've never seen Caribou live. This is a treat for the heart, mind, and soul. It truly makes life more beautiful!
  33. 2011 until 2014
    by Percussions
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    February 2014 February 2014