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EOD Chart

EOD Chart

The top releases on Bleep, as selected by EOD

  • Artist
    Roedelius
    ReleaseProduct
    Flieg Vogel fliege
    Label
    Bureau B
    Catalogue Number
    4051972113560

    Roedelius – Flieg Vogel fliege

    Cluster unlocked some new zones in my mind when I first heard it, so I had to go check out their solo releases as well. Many of Roedelius' releases around this time have a similar sound/vibe to them, and they're all incredible. Hypnotic, lush, straight from the source.

  • Artist
    Jimmy Edgar
    ReleaseProduct
    XXX
    Label
    !K7 Records
    Catalogue Number
    K7265CD

    Jimmy Edgar – XXX

    I've been listening to Jimmy Edgar's stuff since his first Warp release, and I'm always excited to hear his new tracks. Some people don't get into the vocals on this, but I certainly do. His best album, in my opinion.

  • Artist
    Legowelt
    ReleaseProduct
    The Paranormal Soul
    Label
    Clone Jack For Daze Series
    Catalogue Number
    CJFD16

    Legowelt – The Paranormal Soul

    Could list a million Legowelt releases really, but I felt like picking this one today. I hadn't even really listened to Legowelt until he released The TEAC Life (I know, I'm slow), but after checking that out I instanly became a mega fan. This one shares that "newer Legowelt" aesthetic, deep and chord memory-laden stuff with loads of bonkers melodies. Bonus 10" is great as well.

  • Artist
    ERP
    ReleaseProduct
    Pith
    Label
    Frustrated Funk
    Catalogue Number
    FR024

    ERP – Pith

    I could list this for Tuga alone, but the entire EP is a masterclass in the modern electro sound. Absolutely A+ melodies, especially the basslines.

  • Artist
    Kuedo
    ReleaseProduct
    Severant
    Label
    Planet Mu
    Catalogue Number
    ZIQ309

    Kuedo – Severant

    Being a fan of Vex'd, it was cool to hear something so different when Jamie Vex'd decided to start a solo project. From the early Scuba remix to the EPs to this, all of it is fucking top notch and absolutely inspiring stuff. It probably helps that Blade Runner is one of my favorite movies, but this goes far beyond its initial influences.

  • Artist
    Lone
    ReleaseProduct
    Levitate
    Label
    R&S Records
    Catalogue Number
    RS1607

    Lone – Levitate

    Lone caught my ear early on cause it was "rave revival"-ish type stuff that actually sounded really fucking good. Levitate is his best so far, no filler all killer, suited for every occasion.

  • Artist
    Aphex Twin
    ReleaseProduct
    Come To Daddy
    Label
    Warp
    Catalogue Number
    WAP94

    Aphex Twin – Come To Daddy

    This might be a bit silly, but I heard this when I was like 15-16 years old and decided I needed to start making electronic music. It was already a few years old by then, but to me it was completely mindblowing. The mental music video lured me in at first, but the entire EP is just insanely good and I'm forever thankful that I decided to buy it back in 2001 or so. Thanks Richard!

  • Artist
    LFO
    ReleaseProduct
    Sheath
    Label
    Warp
    Catalogue Number
    WARP110
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