It’s not often that we get to write about music here on the AudioAcrobat WordPress blog, but when we do, you can rest assured that it is a real treat both for our staff and for you, our readers.
In this special edition format of year-end posts, we’re proud to bring you our staff’s 5 Best Electronic Albums of 2012, all available for streaming, for free, in their entirety via the popular music consumption platform, Spotify.
By which criteria are we ranking these favored releases? No special algorithms or chart analysis were used, really, we promise. They’re simply electronic(a)-styled albums which were released in and stood out the most, each as a whole, in our lives during the year of 2012. No less, no more.
What do you say we get on to the list?!
Leftfield – “Tourism”
90’s electronica masters disbanded for 10 years, got back together and toured the southern hemisphere. This is living proof.
Lords Of Acid – “Deep Chills”
So what if there are porn stars involved? (Alana Evans, we’re looking your direction) This album proves hands down that 12 years can pass and this explicit electronic/dance act still has what it takes!
Santigold – “Master of My Make-Believe”
Sophomore album from this über-talented and out-of-the-box singer/songwriter/producer suits dinner parties and dance floor grinding alike.
Gramatik – “#digitalfreedom”
Released for FREE on Pretty Lights Music, this 6 song EP spans more electronic genres than you can shake a stick at. Oh, and it’s SUPER FRESH!
The Chemical Brothers – “Don’t Think”
Can electronic dance music (EDM) really get any better than this live show atop a rainy mountain in Japan? The Chem’s have outdone themselves once again, if that’s even possible.
Our apologies for this not being available as a full stream, but if you purchase the CD/DVD/Blu-Ray, we can pretty much guarantee satisfaction.
Cypress Hill, Rusko – “Cypress Hill x Rusko EP”
We had a lot of difficulty taking this unlikely pairing of 90’s Hip-Hop legends with 2xxx dubstep genius off of repeat this year. Crank it up and FEEL THE BASS!
Had you listened to any of the above albums prior to seeing this list? Let us know!
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