Singles are the bedrock of dance music but the album format is where the grandest statements are made.
Here are the LPs that really mattered in 2015, as chosen by Mixmag staff and contributors.
50 The Internet 'Ego Death'
49 Redlight 'X Colour'
48 Jack Ü 'Skrillex And Diplo Presents Jack Ü'
47 The Orb 'Moonbuilding 2703 AD'
46 Patrice Scott 'Euphonium'
45 DLR 'Seeing Sounds'
45 Swindle 'Peace Love & Music'
43 Brawther 'Endless'
42 Julia Holter 'Have You In My Wilderness'
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