Fermata Over Whole Rest is not the most impressive source for everything electronic music, but I have listened to enough albums this year to be able to sort out the stuff that was lame and the material that I found awesome and inspiring. James Blake put out his fantastic self-titled at the beginning of the year, a work that was the culmination of his solid production skill and the vocalist that he wanted to be. Thundercat rose out with his jazz-fusion powered debut, fresh off of working with Flying Lotus, the winner of last year’s “Best Electronic” Fowry. Tim Hecker put out what I believe to be one of the finest ambient albums I’ve had the pleasure of listening to in a long, long time. This however, goes to only one, and this is who we think that “one” is.