From Delia Derbyshire to Tangerine Dream, we celebrate the visionary tech pioneers whose work still has the ability to shock, thrill and perturb.
It was the 1974 record that provided the international awakening of the progressive masters.
The collective is comprised of Robert Glasper, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, Terrace Martin, Derrick Hodge, Taylor McFerrin and Justin Tyson.
‘Force Majeure’ saw Tangerine Dream close the 70s with one of their most enduring Virgin masterpieces, paving the way for yet another decade of innovation.
By the time of 2002's 'Come With Us,' Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons had long since established themselves as one of the world’s most innovative dance acts.
Packing with dizzying dancefloor pieces, ‘Come With Us’ found The Chemical Brothers rebuilding electronica for the new millennium.
Daft Punk's sophomore album 'Discovery' made such a mark that it inspired an entire disc of remixes.
In the first weeks of the 1980s, Jon Anderson of Yes and Vangelis Papathanassiou added the hit album 'Short Stories' to the chart single ‘I Hear You Now.'
Their 'Safe and Sound' hit is now six-times platinum, and its parent album of 2013 also goes platinum.
The brothers’ expanded edition of their collaborative LP, ‘Mixing Colours,’ is also available today.
Out February 12, ‘R+R=NOW Live’ features Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, Terrace Martin, Derrick Hodge, Taylor McFerrin, and Justin Tyson.
Leave it to the French to turn retro-leaning lounge music into space-age scores. With their 1998 debut 'Moon Safari,' Air did just that.
On this atmospheric re-imagining, the legendary French actress contributes spoken word passages to the instrumental opening track off ‘Hey Clockface.’
'Titanium' was yet another big hit for David Guetta in 2011, but it also near-immediately changed the course of Sia’s career and pop music itself.
On Enigma's 'The Screen Behind The Mirror,' Michael Cretu brings a sense of spirituality to his sampling methods, pushing ambient music in a new direction.