Posts Tagged: Top Ten Electronic

ACL 2016: Top Ten Electronic

The electronic section is where we find the beats, but they’re not always for dancing; in fact, none of these albums is a straightforward club set.  Instead, these artists use beats as a framework on which to hang their wildest

ACL 2016: Top Ten Electronic

The electronic section is where we find the beats, but they’re not always for dancing; in fact, none of these albums is a straightforward club set.  Instead, these artists use beats as a framework on which to hang their wildest

ACL 2015: Top Ten Electronic

When looking at this year’s staff selections in the Electronic category, I am struck by one glaring fact: none of these selections are typical.  There’s no straight-up house, techno or club music here, although we do cover such genres.  This may

ACL 2015: Top Ten Electronic

When looking at this year’s staff selections in the Electronic category, I am struck by one glaring fact: none of these selections are typical.  There’s no straight-up house, techno or club music here, although we do cover such genres.  This may

ACL 2014: Top Ten Electronic

Electronic music isn’t just for dancing, although there’s plenty of dance music included in our year-end list.  The list also includes childlike lullabies, dense sonic fuzz, and smooth, languid excursions.  The eclectic selection below represents a cross-section of our tastes.

ACL 2014: Top Ten Electronic

Electronic music isn’t just for dancing, although there’s plenty of dance music included in our year-end list.  The list also includes childlike lullabies, dense sonic fuzz, and smooth, languid excursions.  The eclectic selection below represents a cross-section of our tastes.

ACL 2013: Top Ten Electronic

A quick glance around the few remaining outposts of the printed UK music press suggests that guitar bands are still very much ruling the roost, although it’s pretty obvious to anyone outside of a small coterie of indie-obsessed music hacks

ACL 2013: Top Ten Electronic

A quick glance around the few remaining outposts of the printed UK music press suggests that guitar bands are still very much ruling the roost, although it’s pretty obvious to anyone outside of a small coterie of indie-obsessed music hacks

ACL 2012: Top Ten Electronic

It would appear that the Electronic section of A Closer Listen is the poor relation of the site, which in a way is no bad thing; certainly the remit when the site was founded was to give those artists who

ACL 2012: Top Ten Electronic

It would appear that the Electronic section of A Closer Listen is the poor relation of the site, which in a way is no bad thing; certainly the remit when the site was founded was to give those artists who