2014 has been an interesting year in albums, so far. Coming off of a year where the likes of Disclosure and Avicii could exist in similar dance music realms with totally different albums, it's interesting to see where the album has progressed in the last six months. Oddly enough, some of the bigger projects (including albums from Tiesto and Afrojack) failed to make a dent on the overall EDM spectrum. That's not to say electronic music hasn't had it's fair share of dope albums–far from it. But with everyone from Porter Robinson to Dillon Francis expected to drop LPs in the second half of the year, it just reinforces the fact that this year is a) just getting started and b) definitely has more to offer. Let's dive into the longplayers that have impressed us, so far.

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