Music For Kicking Your Brain Back Into The Groove

I may not share or write about this type of music all too often, but I’ll admit that I’m in love with stress erasing, head cleaning, heart pounding, minimal beats. Whether it’s the sound of Detroit, Chicago, London or Berlin, I’ll be there dancing away to the four-to-the-floor rhythm of my favorites and notables, such as Joey Beltram, Adam Beyer, Carl Craig, Laurent Garnier, Richie Hawtin, Chris Liebing, Jeff Mills, and of course, Surgeon. Being an electronica child of the 90s you just couldn’t escape this music. And you didn’t want to. Here are this year’s selections to help you kick your brain back into the groove.

(entries are listed in alphabetical order by artist. links point to album reviews on headphone commute)
Ben Klock – One (Ostgut Tonträger)
The Black Dog – Further Vexations (Soma Quality)
Claro Intelecto – Warehouse Sessions (Modern Love)
Few Nolder – New Folder (Planet Mu)
The Field – Yesterday And Today (Kompakt)
Fuck Buttons – Tarot Sport (ATP Recordings)
Gui Boratto – Take My Breath Away (Kompakt)
JPLS – The Depths (M_nus)
Redshape – The Dance Paradox (Delsin / Present)
Rival Consoles – IO (Erased Tapes) [REVIEW]