The first half of the 90s were an important time for electronic music. Computers became affordable *and* software became capable of quality audio editing. In addition, there was a new generation of audiophiles who were raised on the newly-birthed genre of ambient music from the 70s. One of these audiophiles is British artist Luke Vibert, who released music under many names, including Wagon Christ. The album "Throbbing Pouch," from 1994, is among his finest, a ballet of samples and beats that articulate what is possible in the art of arranging.
(the following is a playlist I found on YouTube. It's not all the album tracks, and it's not in the correct order. If you prefer, here's a link that will take you to GrooveShark, presenting you the complete album, in order. It's fantastic.