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by Philip Sherburne

June 29, 2011

Electronic Roundup, June 2011

by Philip Sherburne  |  June 29, 2011

This week brings us one of the year's most anticipated albums: London's masked producer SBTRKT has finally arrived with his debut full-length. Featuring a diverse and wildly talented bunch of singers (including Little Dragon's Yukimi Nagano), it's a stunning realignment of pop along bass music's principles or perhaps vice versa. Recent Ghostly signing Com Truise and the Oneohtrix Point Never-related Ford & Lopatin, meanwhile, prove that there's still plenty of future left in '80s electro pop, while Sarcastic Disco hero DJ Harvey brings us bleary-eyed Balearica with his Locussolus project, and Berlin's Trickski puts a slow-motion spin on house music.

Keep reading to check out all those and more, including new releases from Depeche Mode, Vladislav Delay, John Digweed, Robert Hood and the Hot Creations/Hot Waves family.

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