This electronica-tinged track by London producer and singer The Slow Revolt has a wonderfully effortless charm that belies the tight structure and attention to detail evident throughout. Understated and unassuming, the song achieves the feted balancing act of feeling both fresh and familiar at the same time.
Soft, balmy synths form the foundation of this joyously warm and soothing track by London producer Adam Halogen, which features vocals by Ben Aizenberg.
UK artist Blak Nite, as his name suggests, specialises in exploring dark and murky sonic territories, creating music that, in his own words, sounds "as if it was found in a ditch or gutter or down a back alley."
Shake, which is taken from Blak Nite's Shadow Party EP, is built around a deep, rumbling bass from which fragments of vocal samples sporadically emerge.
Hodge's piano playing is the focus of the track, to which Cooper has added subtle but increasingly intense electronic percussion, which he created from chopped-up samples of the sound of the crowd at a Manchester United football match.
Jungle Du Dimanche is a dreamy electronica track by French producer Aimedeuxhaine. Starting with a few clicks and keyboard splashes, the track builds up almost self-indulgently slowly. But it's worth sticking with it for the beautifully inventive rhythms and melodies that kick in around half-way through.
45 is a brooding electronica track in a similar vein, which Atom Tree have made available to download for free as a nice taster of what you can expect to find on the EP itself.
Man Oeuvre is a former acid house DJ based in Berlin, who has turned his hand to making electronica tracks inspired by world music artists.
This track, Ask (The Garden), features flute and shehnai samples from two pieces of Indian music: Gentle Breeze by Rakeesh Chaurasia and Ganesh Paath by Aklahk Hussain.
Australian musician Arms Were Youth has sent us a new track called The Introduction Of Strong Magic, which features pulsing synths and electronic drums over the top of a fractured acoustic guitar part.
Like Sharply Towards Hell, the previous Arms Were Youth track we featured on Dezeen Music Project, it takes a bit of listening to get accustomed to the different sounds, but the patience soon pays off.
Here's a melodic and hypnotic new electronica track by French production whizz-kid Aimedeuxhaine.
The music we used on our first Dezeen and MINI World Tour report from Berlin is a tech-house track by Cardiff producer Simplex. We featured the track on Dezeen Music Project last year, and FM002 is another track taken from the same EP, albeit with a very different vibe.
This experimental electronica track by Newport producer 800xL is an unusual concoction of trippy sounds and rhythms that, in lesser hands, could easily have become an incoherent mess. In fact, 800xL manages to hold it all down with a wonderfully slow, deliberate and chilled-out bass that's worth listening to on a good pair of headphones to fully appreciate.