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Jlin - Autobiography (Music from Wayne McGregor's Autobiography)
Jlin
Autobiography (Music from Wayne McGregor's Autobiography)
2LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Planet Mu)
26,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
By now, the story of how Jlin went from working in a steel factory in Gary, Indiana to being one of the most widely appreciated electronic musicians is well known. “Black Origami” was one of the most reviewed and lauded albums last year. Seriously prolific and seriously hard-working, she has toured constantly since its May 2017 release and despite being involved in a wide range of projects, still manages to find a balance and “do some personal healing and growing.”Here we are over a year later with “Autobiography,” the score for her collaboration with renowned British choreographer Wayne McGregor arranged by Unsound. This isn’t technically her third album (that’s due to arrive in 2019 or 2020), but the soundtrack stands up on its own with all the emotional peaks and troughs of a well-sequenced longplayer.For Jlin, making music for dance is the fulfillment of one of her lifelong dreams – and remarkably, Company Wayne McGregor’s performance was the first show she’d ever seen. She describes the process of working with Wayne: “We first met face to face in October 2016 in a downtown Chicago hotel, talking for about a solid two hours. Immediately, I saw Wayne was very friendly and energetic. He’s brilliant, witty, and knows exactly what he wants; an absolute gem to work with. Before I even started composing for Autobiography, Wayne told me so gently that he trusts me completely with my direction of creating the score. That was the best feeling in the world. I would wake up at two in the morning and work until six in the evening until I completed all the pieces. We were both very happy with the outcome. Creating the score for an impeccable piece of work such as Autobiography changed my life as an artist.”“Autobiography” is a highlight in an evolving and growing career. During the last year, Jlin has also become an in-demand remixer, securing her place among a roster of music heavyweights. Unsurprisingly, given her positive and outgoing nature, she also developed friendships with the artists she has remixed such as Björk, Max Richter and Ben Frost.Jlin will be touring with Company Wayne McGregor performing “Autobiography” this year in addition to completing a commission for the Kronos Quartet titled “Little Black Book.” She still approaches every performance “with the same attitude of doing my best to execute a good show, no more, no less. Doing my best is what’s most important to me.” She also still lives in Gary, Indiana, which keeps her grounded. She notes with her typical humility, “The local community is a little more knowledgeable of me now. But I don’t mind my community taking its time.”
Sami Baha - Free For All
Sami Baha
Free For All
LP | 2018 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
19,99 €*
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Sami Baha is a Turkish producer and rapper based in South-East London. His album 'Free For All' features MCs from all corners of the globe, including UK drill squad 67's Dimzy, Stockholm's Yung Lean, Chicago rapper and singer DJ Nate (a.k.a. Flexxbabii) and Egyptian MCs Dawsha and Abanob. Sami's production is refined and elegant, with familiar tropes being reassembled in original ways, and the instrumentation reflecting his background and influences simultaneously.
Ital Tek - Bodied
Ital Tek
Bodied
2LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Planet Mu)
24,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Planet Mu are excited to announce Ital Tek's 'Bodied', the follow up to his acclaimed 2016 album 'Hollowed'. Stepping in a different direction from that album, It’s as if Hollowed's detailed world has been fleshed out and filled with the spectre of human voices.As on his last album, the sounds on 'Bodied' are highly designed, but this time barely a whisper of dance music remains. Instead it's built around acoustic elements and ghostly choral arrangements, refracted and transformed into atmospheric, alien forms which are given the time to settle and transform. Rhythm is used only as a tool to give his world a sense of dark, mechanical momentum.Alan explains; "After completing 'Hollowed' I had over a year away from writing any of my own material. I was working, composing music for a video game and a number of different projects. I needed to find a way back in and I rediscovered the joy of music being a release as opposed to a job. I was getting up really early and sketching out lots of ideas very fast, squeezing in quick bursts of writing at the beginning or end of long studio day spent working on other musical projects.""It was important for me to define the world that the album was going to inhabit before taking it any further, so I put a much greater focus into the sound design and palette than I had before. I wanted to make the music sound very physical, geometric, and monolithic, as if it inhabited a physical space.""On 'Bodied' the music focuses on the interplay between the minuscule and the vast, beauty and brutalism. With this album I was much more concerned with dynamics and the discipline of holding tension; the use of space and silence to provide a counterpoint to the intensity.""Most importantly, I was keen for there to be a human acoustic foundation, so I did a lot of live recording of cello, violin, harp and guitar - anything I could get my hands on. I was certain that I wanted there to be a greater vocal presence - nothing lyrical or at the forefront but to give it an underlying organic quality - to impart some humanity into the music."As Ital Tek moves further from his roots, he's creating new sounds and spaces in which his music can exist. It's up to the listener to decide what kind of world 'Bodied' evokes, but it's certainly one that's beautiful and rewarding to spend time in.
Sinjin Hawke & Zora Jones - Vicious Circles
Sinjin Hawke & Zora Jones
Vicious Circles
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Planet Mu)
18,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Planet Mu are very happy to be releasing 'Vicious Circles', the debut EP by Sinjin Hawke and Zora Jones, who aside from producing music also run the audio-visual production unit 'Fractal Fantasy'. Zora released several collaborations on last year's 'Visceral Minds 2' including 'Dark Matter' with Planet Mu's Jlin, while Sinjin has collaborated with DJ Rashad, Just Blaze and MikeQ, and also produced music for monoliths like Kanye West and Frank Ocean. Remarkably, given the breadth of their work, 'Vicious Circles' is their first collaborative EP, and the first time either have released a vinyl record too. The EP is a great showcase for the duo's emotional, maximalist chimeras of abstract pounding beats. From the punchy, circular, grandiose build-ups of opener 'Vicious Circles', to the unyielding melancholy of 'God' with its sinister Bulgarian choir sample against a peak Timbaland-era rhythm, the record's potent synths and manipulated vocals are both simultaneously fierce and friendly. 'Source of Conflict' is a poised dance between pulsing ambient textures and drilling beats, while 'Lurk 101' pits a volley of abstracted juke toms up against a hammering drumline. 'BabyboySosa' feels like drum-less drill, manipulating vocals into strange alien shapes over a bassline before spiraling toms and hi-hats start to form a forceful march. The EP concludes on the love anthem 'And You Were One' with a chipmunked vocal running through its wonky chorus of bent notes and chords.
East Man - Red, White & Zero
Ziur - U Feel Anything?
Ziur
U Feel Anything?
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Planet Mu)
23,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Das Debütalbum 'U Feel Anything? von Ziúr erscheint inZusammenarbeit von Objects Limited und Planet Mu. Fürjemanden, der zuvor nur zwei EPs veröffentlicht hat, ist die Visionvon ZIÚRs Musik erstaunlich fortgeschritten und sehr präzise. Esist Musik, die den Zuhörer in eine alternative Welt entführt.Wunderbar fremdartige Popmusik, die jegliche Konventionenscheut. ZIÚR schafft Atmosphären, sanfte Melodien und warmenPop, mit einer eigensinnigen elfenhaften Stimme. Durch spiraleRhythmen entwickelt sich eine ganz besondere Dynamik. In derletzten Hälfte des Albums verhärten sich diese in eine pochende,kriegerische Symphonie und stellen raue elektronische Riffs undGitarren Samples vor, die ihre Punk Wurzeln verraten.
Antwood - Sponsored Content
Antwood
Sponsored Content
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Planet Mu)
26,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Antwood (a.k.a. Canada's Tristan Douglas) returns to Planet Mu with his secondalbum 'Sponsored Content'. The album is more reflective than his debut, last year's'Virtuous.scr'. The relentless mood of the first album has given way to a moremelodic, stripped out sound. It still shakes with speed and energy, but with morespace, more moments of delicate sadness and strange cyborg pop. What comes tothe fore in 'Sponsored Content' is Tristan's gift for melody, coupled with theuncanny feeling that somehow his strange music is an entire ecosystem of its own.
Teengirl Fantasy - 8am
Claude Speeed - Infinity Ultra
Claude Speeed
Infinity Ultra
2LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
23,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Claude Speeed returns to Planet Mu with his second album 'Infinity Ultra'. He describes the record he's been creating since he started making computer music as one "conceiving an interior territory: an abstract space to process the oppression, confusion and insanity of the contemporary age; and to formulate an honest emotional and artistic response - a psychic jumping off point into an uncertain future." 'Infinity Ultra' takes inspiration from sleep paralysis, monumental artworks, children's anime, abandoned places, ghostly rave pasts and terrifying silicon valley futures, and the limitless anger of the digital present.These influences have been channelled into an impressionistic burst of varied creativity: Shimmering VSTs; monolithic noise; euphoric blocks of colourful sound; trance stabs and the citrus rush of hardcore; towering drones, and skynet math rock - all rendered against cold, sinister space and nostalgic synth melodies.The album reveals the artist's Scottish roots, viewed at a hazy distance from his Berlin home - a series of memories of Glasgow's experimental psychedelic underground, its DIY rock scene and defiant club hedonism.These genre relationships are blurred and at times they contrast with audible brutality; the result is a hybrid, sculptured way of rendering music - minimal specifics, maximum emotions.
Ekoplekz - Bioprodukt
Ekoplekz
Bioprodukt
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Planet Mu)
22,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ekoplekz returns with his fourth album for Planet Mu, in the shape of 10-tracker "Bioprodukt". The unique lo-fi, woozy sound of Bristol's Nick Edwards stays intact while he veers towards the nineties for inspiration: the bleep and bass sound of the north of England is one touchpoint and the acid gurgles of the 303 are another. While the murky lo-fi production levels and evocative melodies remain, they are now bolstered by a more muscular rhythmic chassis. Snappier kicks and snares mingle with dense layers of percussion and deep undulating sub-basslines adding a funkier edge, as typified by opening track "Elevation" where playful beats interlock with breezy keyboard flourishes to create something uncharacteristically upbeat. Similarly, the gentle, fluid motion of "Slipstream" and "Calypzoid" represent some of the most appealingly chilled grooves in the Ekoplekz canon to date. But the darker-edged material remains. "Expedition" has a pensive, percussion-heavy feel whilst "Acrid Acid" is a dirt-encrusted slow-mo techno meltdown. "Transcience" displays the Ekoplekz trademark dub-fx in full flight over a driving lo-end, before "Descent" leads down to the final section, where the beats fade out, replaced by rippling layers of spectral ferric ambience on the epic "Low-X Over", before finishing with the radiant looped stasis of "Denier Daze". The albums shifting, imperfect patterns and muted colours are visually mirrored in the beautifully realised sleeve by the Print Project.
Jlin - Black Origami
Jlin
Black Origami
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Planet Mu)
25,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The follow-up to 2015’s Dark Energy. It includes the previously shared song “Nyakinyua Rise”. Black Origami includes collaborations with William Basinski, Holly Herndon, Halcyon Veil producer Fawkes, and South African rapper Dope Saint Jude. According to the press release, Indian dancer Avril Stormy Unger was an inspiration for the album.
Mr. Mitch - Devout
Mr. Mitch
Devout
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Planet Mu)
22,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Pop
Devout' is a beautiful, grown-up pop record with itsfoundation firmly in grime.
Teengirl Fantasy - 8am
Teengirl Fantasy
8am
LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Teengirl Fantasy, the electronic duo of Logan Takahashi and Nick Weiss, returns with '8AM', the first full-length since 2012's 'Tracer'. '8AM' contains music that replicates that headspace when you've seen the sun come up, but sleep is still way off. It's music of the in-between time, between tonight and tomorrow.
Herva - Hyper Flux
Herva
Hyper Flux
2LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
23,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The album has dismantled the broken beats of Herva's early records and drifts, dives and shivers, its beats blended into the haze, everything approached from unusual angles with none of the music sounding entirely digital as it smudges between manipulated live instrumentation and field recordings coupled with synthesis and space - there's a warm heart at the centre of this music.
Jlin - Dark Lotus
RP Boo - The Ultimate
RP Boo
The Ultimate
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Planet Mu)
13,59 €* 15,99 € -15%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
RP Boo returns with 'The Ultimate RP Boo', showing off six brand new cuts that mix a range of styles with his vivid use of samples and improvised drum programming. 'The Ultimate' kicks things off with a sliding synth riff that wouldn't sound out of place on a '91 Prodigy track with cut up rave vocal interjections over Bu's trademark pulsing bass. 'Bang with the Funk' crushes the 1-2-3-4-5 Sesame Street song, chopping its samples into hard shapes. Things turn dark and minimal with 'The King' which features a sample from Fresh, with strange atonal tones playing off against spooky chords and a tactile bass. On the flipside 'What Am I?' pairs syncopated snares and 4/4 bass pulses while percussion bangs and shimmers over clipped diva refrains and anxious piano. 'Bu'Moon' meshes together some pumping horn blurts and some old fashioned steamy synth wooshes that wouldn't feel out of place on a 50's sci-fi film into a relentless battle track. 'Electric Energy' finishes the EP, sampling an unusual pop source and chopping them over pulsing half time subs that pitch up and down around slipping and sliding drum hits.
Vex'd - Degenerate
Vex'd
Degenerate
2CD | 2005 | EU | Reissue (Planet Mu)
6,59 €* 11,99 € -45%
Release:2005 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Vex'd's Degenerate was the second ever dubstep album, released in the fertile year of 2005, it encapsulated the sound of two musicians inspiring the scene and in return being inspired. Skrillex has cited Degenerate as the album which inspired him to start producing. Before they caused too much damage Vex'd split in 2008. Jamie went on to success under the name Kuedo with acclaimed releases on Planet Mu and Roly Porter released three amazing albums on Subtext records. Now available again.
Kuedo - Slow Knife
Kuedo
Slow Knife
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Planet Mu)
24,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
It’s been five years since his acclaimed debut ‘Severant’ and time has proved it prescient; its futuristic trap influence is now ubiquitous. ‘Slow Knife‘ seems to return to where ‘Severant’ left off, but with the intricate sound design of last year’s haunting EP ‘Assertion Of A Surrounding Presence’ subsumed into the compositions, making them more exacting and beautifully crafted. Between albums Kuedo has been working as a sound designer and composer for hire and the application of intent and widescreen rigour that commercial work requires has definitely found its way into the new album. ‘Slow Knife’ has the subtlety, ambition and pacing of a brilliant soundtrack - a sense of an album of scenes, that easily lends itself to an impressionistic narrative. But, as with ‘Severant’, the title suggests relationship unease, with the slow knife being a metaphor for the building resentment in any close relationship. ‘Slow Knife’ is almost two albums; the first half, according to Kuedo, invokes the seduction of the city, taking the music of Michael Mann’s ‘Manhunter’ as a cue, with the latter half being inspired by the bloody starscapes and voodoo wilderness of films such as ‘Angel Heart’, ‘Night Of The Hunter’ and more recently the ‘True Detective’ series. Both halves of the album are also in thrall to Mica Levi’s inspiring ‘Under The Skin’ soundtrack, especially in the turbulence of the mid-section. The songs of the albums first half are synthetic and seductive, a gelatinous veil with shades of the pseudo-sophisticated trance of Enigma, of all things, underpinned with dusky unsettling shadows and atmosphere. ‘In Your Sleep’, perhaps surprisingly, features the vocals of Hayden Thorpe from Wild Beasts, who settles his dark, whispered vocals into the moonlit shadowy atmosphere. ‘Floating Forest’ is the first track to allow back some of Kuedo’s experimentation with the Southern rap template, which he explored before it became commonplace, with echoed drum splashes and a sinister repetitive motif, ending with a haunting growl. The second half of the album enters wilderness territory with ‘Approaching’s slow descending notes, before ‘Broken Fox - Black Hole’ throws the record into the cathartic darkness, as undulating chords play hide and seek with riotous reeds and scratchy strings grown from challenging collaborations with cello player Koenraad Ecker (from Lumisokea). ‘Breaking The Surface’ shivers and coils, before metal and strings dominate while ‘In Your Skin’ feels like being lost in a vast hinterland before ‘Warmer Light’ introduces some memories of sunshine, with its plucked bassline and spiralling dub. ‘Halogen Light’ opens with the sound of crickets and a clear piano, cleansing the soul before ‘Lathe’ brings things down to earth with a short, yet powerful coda.
Wwwings - Phoenixxx
Konx-Om-Pax - Caramel
Konx-Om-Pax
Caramel
LP | 2016 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
15,39 €* 21,99 € -30%
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Tom 'Konx-Om-Pax' Scholefield's 'Caramel' is quite a different record from the dark, mould-pocked ambience of his debut 'Regional Surrealism'. Although it's primarily a beatless album, it wears a big smile on its face.
Asher Levitas - Lit Harness
Antwood - Virtuous.SCR
Sami Baha - Mavericks
Ital Tek - Hollowed
Ital Tek
Hollowed
2LP | 2016 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
21,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ital Tek's brilliant 2016 album 'Hollowed' is his best and most rewarding yet. Created from new beginnings, it's a journey through the naïve exploratory methods with which Alan Myson started to make music over a decade ago. The record is dark and maximalist, but at the same time the huge sounds are minutely detailed and elegantly rendered.
Herva - Kila
Ekoplekz - Reflekzionz
Ekoplekz
Reflekzionz
2LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
17,49 €* 24,99 € -30%
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Whilst the murky four-track cassette sound and dirty analogue textures are still very much in place, keen ears might spot a subtle change in emphasis. There are less of the radiophonic sci-fi sounds, ancient drum machines and none of the post-punk bass or guitar. Instead, Nick Edwards mainly focuses on invoking a blurry, saturated false-memory of the leftfield electronica that was the soundtrack to his life in the early to mid-1990s.As the album title suggests, "Reflekzionz" is a record that unapologetically dwells on past experiences, like flicking through an old album of bleached-out photos from days gone by, and on tracks like "Downtone", with its extended, unchanging groove and wash of muted, untethered synth melody, the aim is to invite the listener to join in a state of reverie. "Midnight Cliffs" and "Saturation (Full Rinse)" are unabashed homages to the artists who inspired Edwards, but always with enough production twists and turns to ensure the results are never simply a facsimile of the originals. Opening track "A Caustic Romance" could almost be a lost AFX beat but adds a touch of hand-played naive melody that brings to mind mid-seventies Cluster, blending different eras in a lo-fi melting pot.Elsewhere there are other influences on display. "Quakers Road Skank" sounds like Raymond Scott jamming with Lee Perry at the Black Ark "Repeater (How Did It Feel?)" tips its hat to the work of indie-psych gods Spacemen 3, whilst "Seduktion" adds a touch of Kraftwerk-like metallic sheen. But as with practically all Ekoplekz records, the unifying factor is the primitive dubwise production, heavy on the filtering, echo and equalisation, never more apparent than on "Dubnium 268" where heavy layers of drone and melody crash and burn along an unstable rhythmic path. The album closes with the gentle, woozy atmosphere of "Day In May", where fragile, muted melodies drift in and out of sync on a bed of corroded drum machine, fading into the distance like a half-remembered dream - the perfect finish to an hour spent in the company of Nick Edwards at his most 'reflective'.
Drew Lustman (Falty DL) - The Crystal Cowboy
Drew Lustman (Falty DL)
The Crystal Cowboy
2LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
20,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Drew Lustman leaves his ‘Falty DL' persona at the door and dons his Cowboy hat for a new alter ego - ‘The Crystal Cowboy' - his cleanest, most concise record to date. The eleven tracks here are a body of work that Drew put together quickly, free of the connotations and associations of his Falty DL moniker. Creating music in the small hours of the morning rejuvenated his sense of experimentation and freedom. Under this new name Drew found himself making the kind of music he would DJ with or play to friends without the pressure of the conceptual weighing him down. Like all great projects between Planet Mu and Mr. Lustman, these songs found themselves in Mike Paradinas' inbox with little fanfare, letting the music speak for itself. The album often uses the speed or tropes of hardcore and drum & bass, assembling tracks a bit like lego, but adding in Drew's own almost opaque elements of sophisticated soul and funk to give the roughness some melodic light and emotional pull.
Jlin - Dark Energy
Mr. Mitch - Parallel Memories
Mr. Mitch
Parallel Memories
2LP | 2014 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
21,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Mr. Mitch is one of a small group of producers who in the last few years have been re-imagining the decade-old genre of Grime. His debut album is called 'Parallel Memories' and Miles has an intriguing story that explains that title. When listening to his tracks, he sees the same vivid scenes in his head each time he replays the music, often repeated snapshots of his life in various impossible scenarios or distorted situations. This made him think "What if the images I'm seeing are memories from an alternative version of me in a parallel dimension?" A question which reflects his vision of Grime too, as his instrumentals are informed by a quite personal and emotive alter-life, where Grime's famous minimalism gives way to a gentle subtlety and is imbued with a very different feeling to the brash aggression associated with the genre.
Mr. Mitch - Don't Leave
Traxman - Da Mind Of Traxman Volume 2
Traxman
Da Mind Of Traxman Volume 2
2LP | 2014 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
24,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Traxman’s debut album showcased Cornelius Ferguson’s brilliant ability to synthesise the beat digging of classic hip hop with the high-speed abstraction of Footwork’s house-derived beat science. The selection of tracks on this second chapter show a slightly different take on Traxman's abilities. Instead of bringing in concepts from other genres, he simply creates a wider variety of Footwork, made with a minimal, reduced palette. Often just one or two samples are selected and diced into brain-blurring cubist puzzles that bear little relation to their original sources, or anything else for that matter. A number of the tracks here show off the high-speed micro-edited possibilities of Footwork, that end up bringing the sound closer to a faster, hands-on, mpc-punched version of micro-house, bringing out a jagged, fitful character that keeps you on your toes.
John Wizards - John Wizards
John Wizards
John Wizards
LP | 2013 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
20,99 €*
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
John Wizards are a band from Cape Town, South Africa. They’ve written one of the most singular and intriguing records of the year, and one of the loveliest to boot.
Falty DL - You Stand Uncertain
Falty DL
You Stand Uncertain
2LP | 2011 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
15,99 €* 19,99 € -20%
Release:2011 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Falty DL’s soundworld has evolved in giant steps on ‘You Stand Uncertain’; from the very beginning the listener is plunged into his new focus on layered dusty atmospheres. On this album it’s clear that Drew has also been soaking up some of his native city’s musical past such as disco, house and hip hop. With this in mind the album moves at different tempos - the ghosts of dance music past are evoked but never allowed to take over, giving the whole album a decayed, dreamy abstraction. Another lowendscientist delivers big things in early 2011!
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