Have a listen to Joe Gillmore's New Work for 16 Sine Wave Oscillators, Gaussian Noise and Lowpass Filter. It was originally presented as a live work utilising surround sound, but it has since been mixed down to stereo for the purpose of a limited-edition release on Entr'acte Records.
UK publication The Wire hit the nail on the head in stating that the album "is the kind of record you can almost hear just reading the sleevenotes." And, despite that it is lengthy, the title for this work is very literal (and perhaps non-objective), too.
This is electronic music boiled down to its core elements and techniques and is a terrific exploration of the properties of basic, minimal synthesised sound.