For a retro, bluesy, and soulful tune, check out "This Time Around" by Colour Picture Book.
TIMI TEMPLE's flippant tune "2pm For Breakfast" is a delightful song about waking up in the afternoon and not giving a f*** about it.
Don't be fooled--the dark, synthetic texture at the beginning of AEONN's composition "Celestial I" is just the beginning of the rich timbres to come.
The fusion of jazz saxophone with electronics and synthetic percussion is the driving force behind Axel Rigaud's tune "New Land".
"Overexposed" by The Golden Leaves is a punchy track that features a grooving, dark sound.
With rich and yet angular chords, and vocals that can really cut through a mix without being shrill, Ollie Thorpe's track "All A Waste" is emotive and fluid.
Elijah Bisbee's composition "Night" is a serene picture of the night landscape that many of us have stared fondly at.
Maximé's track "De Droom" is an expansive, floating voyage through time and space.
UN.a's work "Industria" is a mesmerizing amalgam of sound sources, drawing from diverse pools of jazz, classical, contemporary avant-garde electronic music, spoken word, and dance music.
"Boston" by Restless Electric is a loosely unified and invigorating tune, resulting in something akin to a wild, uninhibited dance of joy.
FINN's release "Godsend" is a grooving tune that rides a fluid bassline in a cascade of polyrhythms.
Alessandro Paganelli's work "Nebula" is a floating, atmospheric tune that is not an overdone film score--rather, it has moments of true delicacy, intimacy, and poise.
Maximilien's work "Please Stay" builds a powerful drive on an arpeggio, leading to a period of calm in the middle and ending with a cascade of sound. The result is idiosyncratic but marvelous.
For a new take on ambient music, PINES's "I've Been Waiting" takes a more active approach while retaining a certain chill or detachment from the musical material at hand.
JohnT's track Come Around is an infectious work that is ambient enough to be used as a background, but active enough to be danced to.
The band Funk Dancing For Self Defence's new-grunge tune "Twentysomething" is a glorious fusion of 90s grunge, 2000s punk, and modern hard rock.
"Connector" by artist Airtime is a colorful ambient work that slowly transforms into a punchy dance-like tune.
For those of you itching to listen to Terry Riley and Lamonte Young-like minimalist electronic music (I know I want to from time to time), take a listen to "Murmurings" by Android Invasion.
Max DeVincenzo's new release "In My Dreams" is a lush, verdant landscape that is very carefully balanced in the mix, and very tight rhythmically.
"Hold On" by Caezar features a dance-like beat, fused with synths reminiscent of the 80s and Ed Sheeran-like voices. Unlike Mr. Sheeran, Caezar has a lighter, less boxy approach to its mixing, and the singing is lighter and less ornamented.