Slowly drifting into the world music genre now... Falik's "Mezza Messa" is a great piece of rhythmic, percussion driven, instrumental middle-eastern music with a touch of electronica.
"Wasted Symphony" is a fabulous techno/trance tune from Markovich/A.M.P. Here's what the artists say about the song:
This tune/song is about stumbling out of a dance club in Temple Bar in Dublin (the Kitchen, if you know it), and trying to buy milk (why?) in an all night store; So you've got this dance beat still echoing around your skull, the store is lit with bright neon, and you are having trouble focusing on the goods; You've a great buzz from the pints and you're in a brilliant mood. Oh yeah, and it's a tribute to Massive Attack's Unfinished Sympathy and The Verve's Bittersweet Symphony.
Next in my queue is "Bugeater" by subatomicglue, a darkish, hard techno song with some good beats. Enjoy.
Time for changing the genre — here's some very cool electronica by Kemikal Death, great beats and some very cool sounding instrument/sample at the very beginning which I can't quite identify. Any hints?