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Exclaim!'s Top 10 Electronic Albums of 2015

Exclaim!'s Top 10 Electronic Albums of 2015

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10. Rival Consoles - Howl

Rival Consoles - Howl
August 26, 2015
Critic Score
12 reviews

9. Future Brown - Future Brown

Future Brown - Future Brown
February 24, 2015
Critic Score
16 reviews
On the collective's self-titled debut, Future Brown successfully spotlight this myriad of influences over 11 tracks of futuristic musical hybridity.

8. Hot Chip - Why Make Sense?

Hot Chip - Why Make Sense?
May 18, 2015
Critic Score
27 reviews

Why Make Sense? is a consistently engaging album by a band that has successfully reinvigorated their sound.

7. Levon Vincent - Levon Vincent

Levon Vincent - Levon Vincent
February 9, 2015
Critic Score
3 reviews

6. Hudson Mohawke - Lantern

Hudson Mohawke - Lantern
June 16, 2015
Critic Score
23 reviews

On Lantern, Mohawke's long-anticipated followup, the Glaswegian producer eschews the bombast he's embraced these last few years for something more mature, songwriterly and, yes, restrained.

5. Floating Points - Elaenia

Floating Points - Elaenia
November 6, 2015
Critic Score
17 reviews

What makes his debut so appealing is that Shepherd never sounds too rigidly loyal to any genre or sound, making Elaenia a fascinating and confident debut from a tenured rookie.

4. Four Tet - Morning/Evening

Four Tet - Morning/Evening
June 21, 2015
Critic Score
16 reviews

Morning/Evening is a gorgeous, daring album that draws its greatest inspiration from a much-maligned genre most often associated with John Tesh and Yanni.

3. Holly Herndon - Platform

Holly Herndon - Platform
May 19, 2015
Critic Score
24 reviews

The gut-wrenching dynamics and pinpoint accuracy of her music stand out immediately, but where previously she has used these tools with deft restraint, Platform finds her letting it flow unabated.

2. Oneohtrix Point Never - Garden of Delete

Oneohtrix Point Never - Garden of Delete
November 13, 2015
Critic Score
25 reviews

A sound collage like no other, Garden of Delete finds Lopatin engaging listeners with an album that almost defies description.

1. Jamie xx - In Colour

Jamie xx - In Colour
June 1, 2015
Critic Score
36 reviews

In Colour is a master class in deftness.

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