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047: & - 7 | Clever synthpop and many guests | Mar 6, 2017

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2kilos &More: Lieux-Dits - 6 | Rock and (micro) chips... | Mar 12, 2015

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A-Ha: Cast in Steel - 6 | A mellow surprise return | Oct 2, 2015
Acretongue: Strange Cargo - 7 | South African project | Jan 10, 2012
Aesthetic Perfection: Til Death - 5 | Talent wasted on cliches | Mar 20, 2014
AFX: Orphaned Deejay Selek 2006-08 - 7 | An unusual Selek-tion | Sep 24, 2015
Agent Side Grinder: Hardware - 5 | Harsh retro feel and craftmanship | May 18, 2012
Agent Side Grinder: Alkimia - 9 | An astonishing achievement | Mar 23, 2015
Air: Le Voyage Dans la Lune - 8 | On their way back to the moon | Feb 9, 2012
And One: S.T.O.P - 7 | A return to form | May 31, 2012
And One: Magnet - 7 | And One reinvented | Nov 13, 2014
Angst: Tar ner skylten - 3 | Dreary old school EBM | Aug 11, 2014
Aphex Twin: Syro - 9 | Just as if he'd never been away | Oct 14, 2014
Aphex Twin: Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments Pt.2 EP - 7 | Harder, clankier, more mechanical | Feb 2, 2015
Aphex Twin: Cheetah - 6 | A cat amongst the bassbins | Aug 16, 2016
Apoptygma Berzerk: Exit Popularity Contest - 8 | Guitars and vocals - out! | Oct 8, 2016
Architect: Mine - 9 | IDM with an analogue exciting twist | Nov 21, 2013
Ashbury Heights: The Looking Glass Society - 8 | Hagström still in top form | Sep 7, 2015
Assemblage 23: Bruise - 8 | Evolved, improved and intelligent | Jul 5, 2012
Assemblage 23: Endure - 6 | Managing expectations | Oct 13, 2016
Austra: Feel It Break - 8 | A lot more than another The Knife | Sep 9, 2011
Austra: Olympia - 7 | Somewhat squashed follow-up | Jun 15, 2013
Austra: Future Politics - 8 | Well written, produced and presented | Jan 30, 2017

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Beborn Beton: A Worthy Compensation - 9 | Masterpiece 16 years in the making | Sep 24, 2015
Biomekkanik: Violently Beautiful - 7 | Synthpoprock | Feb 17, 2015
Björk: Vulnicura - 6 | That difficult 9th album | Feb 18, 2015
Black Line: Treason, Sedition and Subversive Activities - 8 | Industrial super group delivers | Oct 3, 2017
Black Lung: Muzak from the Hive Mind - 6 | Snog mastermind goes ambient | Jun 12, 2015
Black Needle Noise: Lost in Reflections - 5 | John Fryer employs Leeb and others | Oct 17, 2017
Blastromen: Reality Opens - 8 | Mindbending electro | Aug 23, 2014
Blipblop: Noll fyra arton - 9 | Minimal bliss from Skåne | May 13, 2015
Blipp: Eko - 6 | Swedish synthpop melodies | Mar 5, 2015
Boards of Canada: Tomorrow's Harvest - 9 | Bored of Canada? Not this Harvest... | Aug 2, 2013
Bonobo: Migration - 8 | Bonobo moves you to sunnier climes | Jan 19, 2017
Borghesia: And Man Created God - 4 | Political album with new sound | May 24, 2014

C
Camouflage: Greyscale - 9 | Their most accomplished album yet | Mar 4, 2015
Celldweller: Wish upon a Blackstar - 9 | Worth the wait | Jun 26, 2012
Celluloide: Art Plastique - 7 | French synthpop with unique sound | Jan 14, 2015
Chemical Brothers: Born in the Echoes - 7 | Chemical Echoes tinged with poison | Aug 18, 2015
Chrom: Peak & Decay - 8 | Vibrant club melancholia | Jul 19, 2016
Chrysalide: Personal Revolution - 7 | Slowly erasing the Puppy stamp | Oct 1, 2014
Chvrches: The Bones of What You Believe - 8 | One of the very best 2014 albums | Dec 19, 2013
Chvrches: Every Open Eye - 8 | Bigger and more accessible | Oct 8, 2015
Clark: Feast/Beast - 8 | An aural box of chocolates | Dec 17, 2013
Click Click: Those Nervous Surgeons - 8 | Impressive industrial psychedelia | May 27, 2014
Client: Authority - 7 | Note to the Authority | Apr 15, 2014
Cocksure: TVMALSV - 7 | As brutal as you would expect | Jul 6, 2014
Cocksure: Corporate_Sting - 7 | Classic Chicago industrial | Aug 27, 2015
Combichrist: We Love You - 7 | Even Combichristier than before | Mar 26, 2014
Combichrist: This is Where Death Begins - 7 | Metal as fuck | Jul 17, 2016
Conjure One: Holoscenic - 8 | Electronic pop and intense beauty | Dec 2, 2015
Covenant: Last Dance - 6 | Qualities of old | Jun 11, 2013
Covenant: Leaving Babylon - 8 | New line-up, same unique sound | Aug 22, 2013
Covenant: The Blinding Dark - 8 | Dystopian lamentation | Oct 28, 2016
Cryo: Retropia - 9 | Evolution | Jan 30, 2014

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Daily Planet: Two - 8 | Long awaited synthpop classic | Aug 27, 2014
Daily Planet: Play Rewind Repeat - 9 | Sweden's finest spoil us | May 25, 2017
Damage Control: Ultranoia - 8 | Groovy old school industrial | Jun 28, 2017
Daybehavior: Follow That Car - 8 | Back in the driver’s seat | Sep 21, 2012
De/Vision: Rockets & Swords - 5 | Predictable competence | Oct 1, 2012
De/Vision: 13 - 7 | Synthpop giants evolving | Jun 22, 2016
Dead Can Dance: Anastasis - 8 | Ethnoauraleclectic resurrection | Sep 7, 2012
Dead When I Found Her: All The Way Down - 8 | Atmospheric old school industrial | Nov 9, 2015
Dead When I Found Her: Eyes on Backwards - 7 | More Puppy than Doubting Thomas this time | Nov 24, 2016
Deadbeat: Reflektioner - 8 | Savvy collaborations and retro-futurism | Apr 20, 2017
Deine Lakaien: Crystal Palace - 8 | Another slab of avantgarde uniqueness | Sep 30, 2014
Delerium: Music Box Opera - 5 | A major disappointment | Oct 13, 2012
Delerium: Mythologie - 8 | A return to form | Sep 22, 2016
Depeche Mode: Remixes 2: 81-11 - 6 | Peter Marchione is ambivalent | Jun 8, 2011
Depeche Mode: Heaven - 7 | Weird but strangely promising single | Feb 1, 2013
Depeche Mode: Delta Machine - 7 | Decency for the masses | Mar 21, 2013
Depeche Mode: Where's the Revolution - 5 | A step forward, but no revolution | Feb 4, 2017
Depeche Mode: Spirit - 7 | From baisse to hausse | Mar 20, 2017
Destin Fragile: Halfway to Nowhere - 7 | Synthpop from 2/3 Spetsnaz | May 8, 2015
Deutsche Bank: Autopop (Deluxe Edition) - 7 | Kraftwerkian to the core | Nov 1, 2016
Die Krupps: The Machinists of Joy - 8 | EBM stories from the factory floor | Nov 18, 2013
Die Krupps: V - Metal Machine Music - 6 | A return to hard electronic metal | Sep 25, 2015
Diorama: Even the Devil Doesn't Care - 7 | Majestic gloom | Apr 15, 2013
Disco Digitale: Electronic Passion - 7 | Classic italo-esque synthpop | Nov 27, 2014
Diskodiktator: Malmö C - 7 | Synthpop in Swedish with new twist | May 28, 2014
Diskotek: She Doesn't Even Look at the Dance Floor - 6 | In A-Ha's footsteps | Dec 2, 2011
Distel: Puur - 5 | Distel have ghosts in their machines | Apr 1, 2015
Doubting Thomas: The Infidel (Special Edition) - 10 | Masterpiece extended and rereleased | Apr 18, 2013
Download: LingAM - 6 | Straightforward more than experimental | Jun 17, 2013

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Einstürzende Neubauten: Lament - 9 | A multi-layered WW1 presentation | Nov 11, 2014
Eisbrecher: Schock - 5 | More of the same | Apr 13, 2015
Ekoplekz: Unfidelity - 6 | Musiq keeps the fidelity murkily clear | Apr 10, 2014
Elegant Machinery: I - 6 | Another comeback with new lineup | Feb 17, 2017
Emmon: Aon - 7 | Emmon delivers | Nov 25, 2014
Empusae and Marc T.: Deugden van Angst en Het Kwaad - 5 | Dark and long | May 15, 2015
Eno Hyde: Someday World - 5 | Two worlds collide = casualties | Jun 10, 2014
Erasure: Snowglobe - 7 | Low expectations but surprisingly good | Dec 11, 2013
Erasure: The Violet Flame - 7 | Fredrik struggles with his idols | Oct 9, 2014
Erasure: World Be Gone - 6 | Still it’s not over | May 18, 2017
Erotic Elk: III - 6 | Solid synthpop song writing | Apr 9, 2015

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Fever Ray: Plunge - 9 | Karin Dreijer has upped a gear | Nov 13, 2017
Fizzarum: Frisson - 8 | Delicious electronics for bleep addicts | Aug 11, 2017
Foretaste: Love on Demand - 8 | Dark and unique synthpop | Feb 7, 2012
Front Line Assembly: Airmech - 8 | Excellent game soundtrack | Dec 10, 2012
Front Line Assembly: Echogenetic - 8 | An awesome electronic maelstrom | Jun 20, 2013
Front Line Assembly: Echoes - 8 | New songs and great remixes | May 12, 2014
Full of Keys: Traces of a Human - 8 | Beautiful ethereal pop | Mar 16, 2012

G
Gabi Delgado: 1 - 6 | DAF man on decent solo trip | Feb 18, 2014
Gary Numan: Dead Son Rising - 8 | Some of his finest work to date | Jan 12, 2012
Gary Numan: Savage (Songs from a Broken World) - 7 | The apocalypse brings out the best in this legend | Sep 22, 2017
Gesaffelstein: Aleph - 6 | Slightly more tech-yes than tech-no | Oct 8, 2013
Goldfrapp: Tales of Us - 7 | Beautiful songs for rainy days | Sep 20, 2013
Goldfrapp: Silver Eye - 9 | Between Silver(Eye) and Gold(frapp) | Apr 13, 2017
Grimes: Visions - 6 | Truly weird and fascinating | Apr 26, 2012
Grimes: Art Angels - 8 | Grimes fine for the prime time | Nov 28, 2015

H
Haujobb: Dead Market - 5 | Comeback single with great B-side | Sep 9, 2011
Haujobb: New World March - 8 | A splendid return | Nov 14, 2011
Haujobb: Blendwerk - 8 | Old school but still Haujobb | Nov 17, 2015
Haus am Rand: Meel - 5 | Rough ambience from Sanctum member | Sep 12, 2016
Hecq: Mare Nostrum - 7 | Talking with the machine | Mar 6, 2015
Henric de la Cour: Mandrills - 6 | Catchy tunes but alternative enough | Sep 6, 2013
Henric de la Cour: A Film by Jacob Frössén - 8 | An intimate portrait | Oct 20, 2014
Hologram_: Geometrical Keys - 9 | Noise glorious noise | May 9, 2014
Hologram_: Amen: Requiem for Heart Fragment - 8 | Do you have the 'heart' for it? | Nov 4, 2016
Hot Chip: In Our Heads - 8 | Fun electrodiscopopfunk | Jul 20, 2012
Hurts: Exile - 6 | Bland and brilliant | Mar 26, 2013

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Iamamiwhoami: Blue - 10 | Album of the year for the reviewer | Dec 22, 2014
IAMX: The Unified Field - 6 | Not what it used to be | Apr 4, 2013
IAMX: Metanoia - 9 | Emotional overload | Oct 16, 2015
IAMX: Unfall - 4 | Not IAMX as you know it | Oct 25, 2017
Imogen Heap: Sparks - 7 | A heapful of sparks | Oct 14, 2014
In Strict Confidence: Utopia - 6 | Almost a new band | Oct 29, 2012
Informatik: Playing with Fire - 6 | Electro-rock arena style | May 6, 2013
Iris: Radiant - 7 | A solid return | Nov 7, 2014
Iszoloscope: False Vacuum - 8 | A very listenable and danceable album | Mar 1, 2016

J
Jean-Michel Jarre: Electronica 1: The Time Machine - 8 | Lacking some Jarre | Nov 2, 2015
Jean-Michel Jarre: Electronica 2: The Heart of Noise - 7 | Elite electronic collaborations | Jun 1, 2016
Jean-Michel Jarre: Oxygene 3 - 3 | Oxygene 3 without oxygen | Dec 16, 2016
Jerôme Chassagnard: Music for a Starlit Night - 7 | Textural album with dark atmosphere | Aug 7, 2017
Johan Baeckström: Like Before - 9 | Soothing Yazoo balm | Jun 15, 2015
John B: Lightspeed - 7 | "Trance and bass" with a hint of the 80:s | Mar 16, 2012
Jon Hopkins: Immunity (Expanded Edition) - 9 | Not immune to liking this | Dec 16, 2013
Jon Hopkins: Asleep Versions - 10 | Hopkins exceeds even himself | Jan 20, 2015

K
K-Nitrate: Stark Punkt - 7 | Monotone techno-EBM from the UK | Jan 11, 2012
Kant Kino: Father Worked in Industry - 7 | Diverse album from skilled Norwegians | Mar 18, 2013
Karin Park: Highwire Poetry - 8 | Retro-modern pop tunes for the masses | Oct 25, 2012
Karin Park: Apocalypse Pop - 8 | Darker and evolved | Mar 25, 2015
Karl Bartos: Off the Record - 3 | A bleak copy | May 28, 2013
Karsten Pflum: Dode - 9 | Great music for adult gamers | Jun 17, 2015
Kavinsky: OutRun - 7 | Divine drive through the 80:s | Apr 23, 2013
Keluar: EPs - 9 | Masterful and twisted electronics | Jun 16, 2014
Kent: Jag är inte rädd för mörkret - 6 | Kent can be boring; who knew? | May 14, 2012
Kent: Tigerdrottningen - 8 | A typical, strong Kent album | May 14, 2014
Kent: Då som nu för alltid - 8 | Sweden's no 1 band call it quits | May 21, 2016
Kid Kasio: Kasiotone - 9 | Exuberant 80:s synthpop | Mar 16, 2012
Kid Kasio: Sit and Wait - 8 | A time capsule from 1984 | Dec 10, 2015
Kite: V - 8 | Fifth great EP, still no album | May 23, 2013
Kite: VI - 8 | Keeping an impossibly high standard | Apr 10, 2015
Klangstabil: One Step Back, Two Steps Forward - 9 | 20 years of creative electronic music | May 7, 2015
KMFDM: WTF?! - 6 | Sounds like KMFDM | Jul 7, 2011
Kommando: Kranial Klash - 3 | The opposite of easy listening | May 7, 2014

L
Ladytron: Gravity the Seducer - 8 | Ladytron find the (creative) spark | Sep 9, 2011
Laibach: Spectre - 5 | Political pop art | Mar 4, 2014
Lamb: Backspace Unwind - 9 | A clean and crisp masterpiece | Nov 27, 2014
LCD Soundsystem: American Dream - 8 | From industrial pounding to goth-ness | Sep 27, 2017
Leftfield: Alternative Light Source - 10 | The light is still bright in Leftfield | Aug 27, 2015
Legend: Fearless - 9 | Darkness für alle | Dec 18, 2012
Legend: Midnight Champion - 9 | Krummi & Dóri take it to the next level | Nov 2, 2017
Lights: Siberia - 9 | Vibrant electronic pop from Canada | Apr 20, 2012
Lights: Little Machines - 8 | Music for the masses | Oct 9, 2014
Lingouf: Frequences Sensibles - 9 | Influenced by NIN and Aphex Twin | Sep 24, 2014
Lionhearts: Lionhearts - 6 | Spinath on new adventures | Jun 12, 2017
Lisa Gerrard: Twilight Kingdom - 8 | Fredrik is moved to tears | Sep 17, 2014
Little Dragon: Ritual Union - 7 | Nothing little about this dragon | Aug 19, 2011
Little Dragon: Nabuma Rubberband - 8 | No chance of this Rubberband snapping | May 22, 2014
Little Dragon: Season High - 7 | Another nice James Ford production | May 23, 2017
Lizette Lizette: Queerbody - 8 | Really edgy, catchy and cool debut | Mar 24, 2017
Lucifer's Aid: Human Rights - 7 | Monotone old school industrial | Sep 14, 2017

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Machinista: Xenoglossy - 8 | Swedish synthpop grace | Jun 9, 2014
Machinista: Garmonbozia - 8 | Refining their potent formula | Jun 13, 2015
Man Without Country: Maximum Entropy - 7 | Electronic shoegaze | May 27, 2015
Mari Chrome: Georgy #11811 - 6 | John Fryer produces ex-Invisible Limits vocalist | Jul 10, 2012
Marsh, Roberts, Benjamin: Spirit of Talk Talk - 9 | Talk Talk anthology well worth the read | Sep 20, 2012
Marsheaux: Inhale - 8 | Greek synthpop delight | Jul 18, 2013
Marsheaux: A Broken Frame - 6 | A brave or stupid endeavour? | Feb 28, 2015
Marsheaux: Ath.Lon - 8 | Modern synthpop with a big sound | Jul 25, 2016
Me the Tiger: Vitriolic - 7 | Pop quality on Funker Vogt's label | Oct 2, 2015
Melotron: Werkschau - 5 | Taking the edge off | May 30, 2014
Mesh: Born To Lie - 7 | Great taste of what's to come | Jan 16, 2013
Mesh: Automation Baby - 8 | Still very potent | Mar 14, 2013
Mesh: Looking Skyward - 8 | A sound for the charts | Aug 22, 2016
Meta Meat: Metameat - 7 | Let the beat hit you | Nov 14, 2016
Metroland: Mind the Gap - 8 | Sounds like Komputer | Oct 3, 2012
Metroland: Triadic Ballet - 7 | 3 CD:s, 2 Passengers, 1 Concept | May 12, 2015
MG: MG - 6 | Uneven instrumental trek from Gore | Apr 21, 2015
Mind.in.a.box: Revelations - 8 | Now more brooding and eerie | Jan 20, 2012
Mind.in.a.box: Memories - 9 | Another slice of brilliance | Mar 25, 2015
Ministry: Fix - 7 | The Al Jourgensen circus caught on film | Jul 19, 2012
Mitch Murder: Interceptor - 7 | The 80:s electronically reproduced | Sep 18, 2014
Moby: Innocents - 4 | Play, Stop, Eject | Oct 21, 2013
Moderat: II - 9 | II is the new I | Oct 3, 2013
Monolith: Crashed - 7 | Quality industrial as always | Sep 30, 2014
Moonlight Cove: Hearts of the World - 7 | Solid synthpop from Sweden | Jun 21, 2012
Motor: Man Made Machine - 5 | With Gore and McCarthy as guests | May 22, 2012

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Neuroticfish: A Sign of Life - 7 | More futurepop club candy | Jun 8, 2015
New Order: Music Complete - 6 | Playing it way too safe | Sep 21, 2015
Nexus Kenosis: Elsewhen - 7 | Noisy industrial from veteran | Sep 12, 2012
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds: Push the Sky Away - 4 | Could and should do better | Feb 15, 2013
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds: Skeleton Tree - 8 | Sorrow is a part of happiness' price | Sep 19, 2016
Nick Cave & Warren Ellis: Loin Des Hommes (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - 8 | Consistent listening experience | May 27, 2015
Nimon: The King Is Dead - 8 | Electronic music to cry to | May 15, 2014
Nine Inch Nails: Hesitation Marks - 8 | NIN evolved | Sep 10, 2013
Noblesse Oblige: Affair of the Heart - 6 | Talent in need of focus | Aug 28, 2013

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Ohm: Ohm - 8 | Refreshing sound from Peterson and Huxtable | Oct 19, 2013
OMD: English Electric - 8 | Classic sound by classic band | May 2, 2013
Operation Blue Eyes: The Sound of Breaking Glass - 6 | Dödsdans goes gritty and dark | May 18, 2015
Oppenheimer MKII: The Presence of the Abnormal - 8 | Minimal magic from the UK | Jun 15, 2013
Orbital: Wonky - 8 | Blissfully Wonky, knowingly Orbital | May 25, 2012
Ost+Front: Ave Maria - 3 | Copycats | Sep 27, 2012

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Page: Hemma - 6 | Warm, catchy synthpop | Oct 1, 2013
PAKT: Berlin - 7 | And One two | Jun 8, 2012
Parralox: Recovery - 7 | Aussie synthpop cover mania | Nov 21, 2013
Paul Kendall: Family Value Pack - 7 | Categorizing the uncategorizable | Sep 29, 2014
Pelotone: Pelotone - 7 | Strong darkwave debut | Sep 4, 2014
Perturbator: Dangerous Days - 8 | Soundtrack to a dark future | Jul 2, 2014
Pet Shop Boys: Format - 8 | Excellent B-sides collection | Mar 16, 2012
Pet Shop Boys: Elysium - 5 | Being boring | Sep 11, 2012
Pet Shop Boys: Electric - 8 | The boys are having fun again | Jun 20, 2013
Pet Shop Boys: Super - 4 | How can they expect to be taken seriously? | Apr 2, 2016
Plaid: Reachy Prints - 8 | Great album from solid Warp act | May 19, 2014
Planet: Att lämna allt för inget - 8 | Space themed minimal synthpop | Jun 18, 2014
Plastic Noise Experience: Therapy - 7 | Another solid CD with 90:s-styled EBM | Jun 16, 2014
Pop Will Eat Itself: Anti-Nasty League - 4 | Continuing down the slammer rock path | May 21, 2015
Portion Control: Pure Form - 6 | Legends on auto pilot | Jun 7, 2012
Pouppée Fabrikk: The Dirt - 9 | Gritty, harsh and tough | May 25, 2013
Presence of Mind: Interpersonal - 7 | Synthpop evolution | Oct 6, 2014
Presence of Mind: Pure - 7 | Synthpop trio growing stronger | Nov 28, 2016
Pride and Fall: Red for the Dead - Black for the Mourning - 8 | Darker and harder - still great | Aug 26, 2016
Purity Ring: Another Eternity - 8 | A new hope for synthpop | Feb 11, 2015

Q
Qntal: VII - 6 | A strong return after 6 years | Mar 6, 2015

R
Rabia Sorda: Hotel Suicide - 6 | Industrial dance fodder | Mar 3, 2014
Radiohead: A Moon Shaped Pool - 9 | Gathering around the Pool | May 26, 2016
Raindancer: Hearts and Machinery - 7 | Edgy dance synthpop | Jun 18, 2012
Raubtier: Från Norrland till helvetets port - 5 | A catchy beast | May 22, 2012
Red Cell: Endings and Beginnings - 7 | Complete transformation | Mar 1, 2017
Red Mecca: Covered with Rain - 8 | Atmospheric and cinematic electronica | Sep 22, 2014
Red Mecca: Electricity - 7 | Dreamy electropop | Apr 26, 2016
Retronic Voice: The Awakening - 9 | A perfect memory of 1987 | Sep 17, 2012
Robert Marlow: The Blackwing Sessions - 7 | Nice packet of synthpop demos | Sep 11, 2012
Robert Marlow: The Future - 7 | Synthpop veteran still got it | Aug 28, 2013
Rome: Hell Money - 6 | New tunes from Reuter’s parallel universe | Nov 14, 2012
Rome: The Hyperion Machine - 6 | Down a new musical path | Sep 16, 2016
Röyksopp: The Inevitable End - 7 | A wee bit too standardized | Nov 18, 2014
Rygar: Modulation - 7 | Same, but a little different | Nov 9, 2012

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Saft: Norrbacka - 9 | Retaining strength after 17 years | May 16, 2016
Saint Etienne: Words and Music - 7 | Quintessential British synthpop | Aug 4, 2012
Sally Shapiro: Somewhere Else - 6 | Lightweight italo pop | Apr 17, 2013
Scaremeister: 31 Spirits - 7 | A slight case of (logical) overbombing | May 13, 2014
Seabound: Speak in Storms - 8 | Worth the wait | Feb 14, 2014
Seven Trees: Trauma Toxicity - 7 | Industrial duo silent since 1997 | Jun 16, 2017
Simi Nah: Be My Guest - 8 | Different take on a cover album | Aug 22, 2014
Sine City: Such a Fragile Thing We Are - 7 | Skilled, minimal and melodic | May 5, 2015
Skinny Puppy: Bootlegged, Broke and in Solvent Seas - 9 | Aural stagecraft | Jun 29, 2012
Skinny Puppy: Weapon - 8 | Their best album in many, many years | May 24, 2013
Solar Fake: Another Manic Episode - 6 | Clubby mix of EBM and electropop | Oct 16, 2015
Solar Fields: Origin #2 - 8 | Shimmering hi-tech ambient | Apr 10, 2013
Sonic Area: Eyes in the Sky - 8 | Calling at all stops to the future | Apr 19, 2016
Sound of the Crowd: Life Is Calling - 7 | John von Ahlen from Parralox going solo | Feb 18, 2014
Spark: Hela din värld - 7 | Solid, catchy EBM-pop | Feb 6, 2012
Spark!: Spektrum - 6 | Bodypop that could do more | Feb 6, 2015
Spark!: Maskiner - 8 | A new Spark! deliver bodypop for 2016 | Jun 13, 2016
Spetsnaz: For Generations to Come - 6 | You know what it sounds like | Apr 1, 2013
Squarepusher: Damogen Furies - 9 | Squarepusher brings his A game... | May 9, 2015
St. Lucia: Matter - 7 | Bouncy, fun and huge | Feb 10, 2016
Sturm Café: Europa! - 8 | A unique sound in the old school-EBM genre. | Jun 11, 2015
Suicide Commando: When Evil Speaks - 6 | Strong effort with a wider palette | Jun 9, 2013
Surveillance: Oceania - 7 | EBM side project to Assemblage 23 | Mar 14, 2014
Susanne Sundfør: Ten Love Songs - 10 | Album of the year? | Feb 20, 2015
Susanne Sundfør: Music For People In Trouble - 8 | A farewell to synths | Sep 12, 2017
Synapscape: Rhythm Age - 8 | Hardcore rhythm | Oct 26, 2015
Syrian: Death of a Sun - 8 | Italian duo return in style | Oct 9, 2013

T
Teho Teardo & Blixa Bargeld: Still Smiling - 9 | Solid, non-collapsing cooperation | Nov 8, 2013
The Birthday Massacre: Hide and Seek - 8 | Well crafted pop in Halloween outfit | Oct 4, 2012
The Birthday Massacre: Superstition - 7 | Catchy Canadian synthrock | Nov 29, 2014
The Birthday Massacre: Under Your Spell - 7 | Electropop in love with goth rock | Aug 23, 2017
The Dreaming: Rise Again - 5 | Metal with an electronic twist | Apr 7, 2015
The Klinik: Eat Your Heart Out - 8 | Classic Klinik | Mar 4, 2013
The Knife: Shaking the Habitual - 6 | Isn’t afraid to show its swagger | Apr 8, 2013
The Mission: The Brightest Light - 4 | Throwing rocks in the glass house | Oct 18, 2013
The New Division: Shadows - 6 | Eclectic mix from LA pop act | Mar 6, 2012
The New Division: Together We Shine - 6 | California electronica pop on Progress | Apr 4, 2014
The New Divison: Gemini - 6 | Solid indie-synthpop | Sep 18, 2015
The Orb: Moonbuilding 2703 AD - 8 | All aboard flight 2703 AD | Jul 21, 2015
The Orb: COW / Chill Out, World! - 9 | Skies are clear | Nov 29, 2016
The Prodigy: The Day Is My Enemy - 7 | Music that was for my generation | Mar 31, 2015
The Tear Garden: The Brown Acid Caveat - 8 | Lysergic enhancement brings newgen TG | Jul 30, 2017
Thundercat: Drunk - 7 | A cocktail made up of shots | Mar 7, 2017
Thyx: The Way Home - 8 | More from Mind.In.A.Box mastermind | Jul 2, 2012
Thyx: Below the City - 7 | Electro - the Poiss way | May 30, 2013
Thyx: Super Vision - 7 | Retaining the potent formula | Apr 7, 2014
Thyx: Headless - 8 | Another intriguing Poiss chapter | Apr 1, 2016
Titans: For the Long Gone - 5 | You have already heard this | Apr 20, 2012
Torul: Tonight We Dream Fiercely - 4 | Competent, dull Slovenian synthpop | May 28, 2013
Train to Spain: What It's All About - 6 | The Swedish synthpop machine delivers | Jun 22, 2015
Trakktor: Force Majeure - 5 | Fun with a Swedish band on this arena | Sep 9, 2011
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Soundtrack - 9 | Sound collages for the subconscious | Jan 1, 2012
Tres: InTRESant - 8 | Minimal demos finally released | Sep 4, 2014
Tricky: False Idols - 5 | Tricky to find Tricky | Aug 2, 2013
Tricky: Adrian Thaws - 9 | It's not tricky for Tricky to write a rhyme | Nov 3, 2014
Trust: Joyland - 6 | Overworked but still, in Alfons we trust | Mar 25, 2014
Twice a Man: Presence - 6 | Dystopic contemporary analysis | Nov 24, 2015

U
UCNX: Generation Damaged - 7 | Dancey industrial from USA | Dec 14, 2011
Ultravox: Brilliant - 8 | Worth the wait (28 years) | May 28, 2012
Underworld: Barbara, Barbara We Face a Shining Future - 9 | Underworld step out into the light | Mar 24, 2016

V
Vangelis: Rosetta - 9 | Mission accomplished | Oct 19, 2016
Vanguard: Sanctuary - 7 | Impressive rollercoaster debut | Jun 15, 2012
Vanguard: Retribution - 7 | Swedish synthpop comeptence | May 21, 2014
Vanguard: Never Surrender - 6 | Competent but not unique synthpop | Jul 21, 2016
Vaniish: Memory Work - 5 | Typical post punk on Metropolis | Jun 11, 2014
Various Artists: Bleep - A Guide to Electronic Music - 9 | A history lesson - with a Warped slant | Oct 26, 2012
Various Artists: Elektronik och Skrammeldisko Volym: 1 - 7 | Showcase of new minimal talent | Jul 17, 2014
Velvet Acid Christ: Maldire - 7 | Great old school industrial | Oct 31, 2012
Velvet Acid Christ: Subconscious Landscapes - 5 | Unfinished feeling | Oct 17, 2014
Visage: Hearts and Knives - 6 | Nostalgia and glimpses of greatness | Jul 12, 2013
Vitalic: Voyager - 8 | Take a trip with Pascal and his machines | Feb 8, 2017
VNV Nation: Automatic - 7 | Retrofuturepop | Sep 27, 2011
VNV Nation: Transnational - 6 | Pleasant but too dull | Oct 25, 2013
Vogon Poetry: Don't Panic - 7 | All the right synthpop tools | May 19, 2014
Vogon Poetry: The Prefect Stories - 6 | A slightly darker tone | Sep 29, 2015
Volt 9000: Conopoly - 6 | Canadians that sound Canadian | Jul 18, 2013
Vomito Negro: Death Sun - 6 | Belgian EBM that sticks to the formula | May 28, 2014

W
Welle:Erdball: Tanzmusik für Roboter - 6 | 10th album, first with Lady Lila | May 5, 2014
Wulfband: Wulfband - 8 | Old school but new school | Oct 31, 2014

X
X Marks the Pedwalk: The Sun, The Cold and My Underwater Fear - 6 | Quality atmospheric electropop | Oct 19, 2012
X Marks the Pedwalk: Secrets - 9 | Perfecting the formula | Apr 1, 2017
Xenturion Prime: Mecha Rising - 8 | Hyper electro powersynth EBM | Jun 4, 2014
Xenturion Prime: Humanity Plus - 8 | Powersynth from space | Nov 7, 2017

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Youth Code: A Place to Stand - 9 | Dirty, gritty and brilliant | Oct 7, 2014
Youth Code: Commitment to Complications - 8 | Pain and suffering | May 4, 2016

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Zynic: Blindsided - 7 | More synthpop bliss from Herr Siemandel | Jun 11, 2013
Zynic: Neon Oblivion - 9 | Already on Niklas' Best of 2017 list | Feb 22, 2017