Staff Picks: Top 10 Electronic Albums of 2015

2015 has been another blockbuster year in electronic music with some of the most anticipated albums seeing huge acclaim, while more and more underground acts struck the charts without any commercial success. In the EDM realm, we saw huge label releases from Calvin Harris, Avicii, David Guetta, Robin Schulz and Zedd to name a few, as well as highly anticipated return of arguable three of the UK's biggest actsNero, The Chemical Brothers and Disclosure. Although we love our EDM at MOS HQ, the general consensus in our favourite albums this year, parted ways with DJs and rather preferred the electronic album format that were usually accompanied by strong live shows. Artistically speaking, these albums also struck new avenues in electronic music that have never been seen before, which we definitely want to see more of in 2016. We hope you enjoy some our Top 10 Electronic Albums of 2015, as selected by the staff at Ministry of Sound Australia.

10. Brodinski – Brava


9. The Chemical Brothers – Born In The Echoes


8. Nero – Between II Worlds


7. Floating Points – Elaenia


6. Ratatat – Magnifique


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