In no order...
Calvin Harris - Ready for the Weekend
Taking his impossibly catchy groves to an even more slickly produced level. Calvin is a remixer's dream.
Imogen Heap - Ellipse
This album is stunning and strangely deep. It's funny, it's beautiful, it's a work of art.
School of 7 Bells - Alpinism's
A hypnotizing set of songs. They sound like secrets on the wind. At least one third of the tracks are about Lucid dreaming, a fun touch.
Simian Mobile Disco - Temporary pleasure
They know how to do it. Unique grooves mixed with a little darkness and experimentation.
Beats Antique - Contraption Vol 1
Impossible not to wiggle to. The wobbly dubby touches make my day.
Ellie Golding & Little Boots - Various Singles
I like all the Little Boots remixes better than the originals, except Stuck on repeat, Remedy, and Earthquake. Ellie kept releasing sweetly brilliant tracks and I can't wait for a full album.
Basement Jaxx - Scars
This album is so yes. They do insanity RIGHT, coating it in melodic hooks. I turn it up so the buzzes and clicks sink into my bones.
Florence and the Machine - Lungs
Powerful, from the Lungs ballads. Lots of truth and fight in this one.
La Roux - Self Titled
Synthy, electo power. A unique voice kicking ass. Almost all of these superpoppy songs have been remixed into to dark, dubby and D&B versions, her clear voice complements these kind of reworks perfectly.
Royksopp - Junior
More fun than any of their previous albums. Golden!
Music is very important.