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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 222. Rel: 21 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Sample This Intro (1:05)
  2. Der Schummler Dub (6:03)
  3. Le Troisieme Oeil (4:53)
  4. Chubble Gum (4:48)
  5. Billiger Als Umsonst
Review: Berlin deep house hero Glenn Astro returns, this time for Japan's Mule Musiq with four grooves that wear his distinct trademark all throughout: dusty, urban, hip-hop inspired jams that are all on a sampladelic tip. From the funky and swing-fuelled swagger of "Der Schummler Dub", the sexy, neon-lit late night shuffle of "Le Troisieme Oeilor" or the jagged and disorienting gallop of "Chubble Gum" - this could be Astro at his finest yet. In 2015, the 29 year old producer and DJ launched his own label: Money $ex Records, alongside Max Graef and Delfonic and also saw the release of his debut album Throwback on Tartelet Records. A collaborative album with Graef emerged in 2016 on Ninja Tune.
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Magnus EP (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 225. Rel: 30 May 18
Techno
  1. Higher Than A Bird (6:29)
  2. Magnus (6:36)
  3. First Day Without Her (6:54)
Review: When we saw that Toto Chiavetta was stepping up to present the new Mule Musiq release, we were not at all surprised! The Sicilian producer's brand of precisely engineered hi-tech soul is a perfect match. With brilliant releases on top labels such as Innervisions and Osunlade's Yoruba - he's more than capable of delivering the standard of quality that the Japanese label is known for. Indeed the Magnus EP does not at all disappoint: from the melodic, futurist euphoria of A side cut "Higher Than A Bird", to B side offering "First Day Without Her" which is an epic serving of dancefloor drama that sees Chiavetta execute more of the same kind of tension and suspense - it's geared for yet more dive moments of truth under the strobe light.
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5 (CD)
Cat: MMCD 48. Rel: 25 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. In The Mist Of Sunrise
  2. Manifestations Taking Place
  3. The Art Of Regeneration
  4. The Law Of Correspondence
  5. The Relm Of Possibilty
  6. The Otherness Dub
  7. Platinum Soul
  8. Visions Of You
  9. Infinite Love
  10. Cycles Of Life
  11. Sleepless In Shibuya
Review: Here's something guaranteed to ensure a rush of excitement in deep house heads everywhere: a brand new album from much-loved U.S producer Fred P. It's the first under the previously unused F.P-Oner alias, and his first studio outing since 2013's Black Jazz Chronicles set, Codes & Metaphors. Unsurprisingly, the simply titled 5 is as inspired, sumptuous and melodious as you'd expect, with gentle dub house, jazz and - in the case of the wonderful "Infinite Love" - Detroit techno influences. While much of the album is slinky, sensual and ultra-deep (see the fabulous "Visions of You" and "Sleepless in Shibuku"), there are a couple of thrillingly percussive moments to get the pulse racing, including the African-influenced tribal workout "The Realm of Possibility".
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7 (2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 216. Rel: 23 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Smiles (7:04)
  2. Cosmic Waters (6:50)
  3. Follow The Sound (5:28)
  4. Traveling Zones (7:13)
  5. Light Years (feat Minako) (10:59)
  6. Simple Things (6:05)
  7. Arigato (6:09)
Review: It's that time of year again. 12 months on from his last album-length outing as FP-Oner, Fred P once again dons the alias for 7, a third numerically titled set in as many years. As usual, the music is rarely less than immaculate, with the imaginative and talented producer showcasing most sides of his musical personality. Highlights come thick and fast, from the yearning, soft focus melodiousness of quietly jazzy deep house opener "Smiles" and shimmering Motor City techno futurism of "Travelling Zones", to the blissful house minimalism of "Simple Things" and acid-flecked late night hypnotism of closer "Arigato". Superior electronic club music composed by a master: what more do you need?
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7 (CD)
Cat: MULEMUSIQCD 059. Rel: 23 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Chapter 7
  2. Smiles & Cries
  3. Cosmic Waters
  4. Follow The Sound
  5. Light Years (feat Minako)
  6. Like Yesterday
  7. Beyond Understanding
  8. Living Waters
  9. Travelling Zones
  10. Simple Things
  11. Arigato
Review: It's that time of year again. 12 months on from his last album-length outing as FP-Oner, Fred P once again dons the alias for 7, a third numerically titled set in as many years. As usual, the music is rarely less than immaculate, with the imaginative and talented producer showcasing most sides of his musical personality. Highlights come thick and fast, from the yearning, soft focus melodiousness of quietly jazzy deep house opener "Smiles" and shimmering Motor City techno futurism of "Travelling Zones", to the blissful house minimalism of "Simple Things" and acid-flecked late night hypnotism of closer "Arigato". Superior electronic club music composed by a master: what more do you need?
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Alya (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 226. Rel: 03 Jul 18
Techno
  1. Alya (8:49)
  2. The Great Attractor (8:49)
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 220. Rel: 24 Jan 18
Deep House
  1. All I See Is Her (6:55)
  2. Belong (6:36)
  3. Then Again, Maybe Not (6:01)
Review: Having graced an impressive roster of labels in recent years - think Church and Cin Cin, for starters - Laurence Guy pitches up on Mule Musiq for the first time. Happily, the three tracks on display are amongst his strongest works to date. We're particularly enjoying A-side "All I See Is Her", where heart-aching, bluesy piano motifs, simmering clarinet lines and eyes-closed vocal samples stretch out lazily over a bumping, breakbeat-driven house groove. Guy's love of warm and relaxing piano sounds comes to the fore once more on twinkling, broken deep house gem "Belong", while closer "Then Again Maybe Not" sits somewhere between vintage jazz-house and the smoky, dust-encrusted goodness of FYI Chris and Folamour.
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Vintul Prin Salcii (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 211. Rel: 20 Apr 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Miroslav 1 (6:50)
  2. Miroslav 2 (8:20)
  3. Miroslav 3 (5:31)
  4. Miroslav 5 (7:09)
  5. Miroslav 4 (9:46)
  6. Miroslav 6 (4:24)
  7. Miroslav 7 (12:20)
Review: Back in 2015, Petre Inspirescu popped up on Mule Musiq with Vin Pholie, an album considered a significant departure from his previous work. While he made his name with club-ready, heavily textured takes on tech-house and minimal techno, Vin Pholie saw him work with piano, strings and woodwind instruments for the first time, resulting in a set that sat somewhere between ambient and neo-classical. Vintul Prin Salcii, his belated follow-up, explores similar sonic territory, adding in vintage synthesizers and occasional nods to dub techno - see the becalmed pulse of "Miroslav 3" - to slightly broaden the approach. The result is a melodious sequence of musical movements that also doffs a sly wink to krautrock synthesizer pioneers as well as classical composers, American minimalists and ambient legends.
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Played by: Alex Bradley, Sepp
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Cat: MULEMUSIQCD 56. Rel: 28 Mar 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Miroslav 1
  2. Miroslav 2
  3. Miroslav 3
  4. Miroslav 4
  5. Miroslav 5
  6. Miroslav 6
  7. Miroslav 7
Review: Back in 2015, Petre Inspirescu popped up on Mule Musiq with Vin Pholie, an album considered a significant departure from his previous work. While he made his name with club-ready, heavily textured takes on tech-house and minimal techno, Vin Pholie saw him work with piano, strings and woodwind instruments for the first time, resulting in a set that sat somewhere between ambient and neo-classical. Vintul Prin Salcii, his belated follow-up, explores similar sonic territory, adding in vintage synthesizers and occasional nods to dub techno - see the becalmed pulse of "Miroslav 3" - to slightly broaden the approach. The result is a melodious sequence of musical movements that also doffs a sly wink to krautrock synthesizer pioneers as well as classical composers, American minimalists and ambient legends.
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Murgulll (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 227. Rel: 17 Jul 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Murgulll (12:15)
  2. Cumva (10:29)
Review: Coming off the back of two albums for Japan's Mule Musiq, Petre Inspirescu drops a new single for the imprint, taking his iconic brand of dancefloor minimalism to a wider, perhaps less tech-savvy audience. That's not to say that Mule isn't a home to some of the most exciting electronic beats around, but Inspirescu's style takes the catalogue onto a much darker path. "Murgulll" is headstrong and groove-heavy, coming through with an interlocked cocktail of sounds that mould to create an endless atmosphere of euphoric doom; "Cumva" is the dubbier of the two, launching a deep-minded bass missile that morphs into something more improvisational and more akin to the previous material that has graced this sublime label.
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Nature (reissue) (LP + insert)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 223. Rel: 23 Mar 18
Jazz
  1. When You Smile (5:28)
  2. Up Into The Sky (9:57)
  3. Listen To My Story (4:26)
  4. Macumba (13:56)
  5. Ash (4:59)
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FORTHCOMING
The Call Super Remixes
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 229.
Techno
  1. Newwave Project #2 (Call Super mix)
  2. Puzzle (Call Super's Garden)
Review: Last year, Kuniyuki Takahashi brilliantly blended his past and present on Newwave Project, a set that superbly fused his deep and emotional house and techno sound with raw and grimey nods to EBM, proto-techno, industrial and '80s alternative. Here, two tracks from that inspired set by Houndstooth regular Call Super. First he tackles "Newwave Project #2", wrapping dreamy, stretched-out chords, far-sighted synthesizer melodies and dubbed-out electronics around a rubbery, jazz-flecked deep house groove. Next, he turns his attention to "Puzzle", delivering a breathlessly loved-up interpretation rich in trippy, alien-sounding chords, shimmering electronic sweeps and huggable deep house grooves. It's stunningly beautiful, all told, with the remixer's use of glistening guitar passages only adding to the picturesque mood.
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Once Again (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 224. Rel: 11 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Once Again (feat Henrik Schwarz - album version) (7:51)
  2. River (11:22)
Review: 2009 saw the release of Japanese producer Kuniyuki's third album Walking In The Naked City. Both he and legendary jazz pianist Fumio Itabashi invited the Innervisions affilated hi-tech soul wizard Henrik Schwarz as vocalist. Itabashi said River is one of the best songs he has produced. Finally available on vinyl is "Once Again" (feat Henrik Schwarz - album version) a jazzy, soulful jam on the hi-tech tip as you'd expect from the trio - pure magic. On the flip, the epic free jazz journey "River" goes for eleven minutes and is a right frenzy, where Itabashi's tremendous skills on the piano take on almost spiritual dimensions over Kuniyuki's evocative and powerful arrangements beneath. Pure class!
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Played by: Cedric Woo, Alma Negra
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 219. Rel: 25 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Mirrors (10:00)
  2. Broken Mirror (7:23)
  3. Broken Mirror (Wa Wu We Reflection) (6:54)
Review: Swedish hypnotic techno expert Sebastian Mullaert returns on the always reliable Mule Musiq imprint. He follows up great releases of late on Default Position and Apollo with some complex trance induction exercies. "Mirrors" is the most house we've ever heard Mullaert, with its funky Juno bassline and swing fuelled rhythms over an evocative arrangement that's powered by his trademark pad sounds. On the flip, "Broken Mirror" employs his other strong penchant for mesmerising melodies: this one guides this subtle arrangement where the dusty rhythms take a backseat and allow the atmosphere to captivate you instead of the energy. Finally, he dons the Wa Wu We alias once again to deliver a stunning remix of the last track which is another lean and subdued epic, which demonstrates his less is more approach that makes his productions so special. Some great 303 acid in this one that faces off with some sublime symphonic arrangements.
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 212. Rel: 03 May 17
Deep House
  1. Bubbles (5:31)
  2. Vibers (8:05)
  3. Flight Mode On (8:03)
  4. Diagramtisch (8:14)
  5. Stranded (8:51)
  6. Drifty Trees (6:25)
  7. Silent Prayers (8:45)
  8. Troubles Living (8:05)
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 221. Rel: 21 Feb 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Water (14:48)
  2. Sky (15:42)
  3. Sun (15:04)
  4. Wood (13:37)
Review: German trio Wareika are a supergroup of sorts, comprised of Hamburg hero Jakob Seidensticker, FormResonance's Florian Schirmacher (Berlin) and Henrik Raabe. Following up some impressive releases on Amphia and Visionquest (a label they have fast become stalwarts of), they now present their fifth full length for the always impressive Mule Musiq. Apparently it all started with an unplanned, four hour jam session between Raab and Schirmacher - gaming and messing around on the piano, guitar and drum computer. Later, they edited it down to a one-hour session, adding some congas and synthlines until Seidensticker mixed it all down. Starting out on the first disc with the evocative 15 minute long epic "Water" and the almost Sueno Latino sounding drifter "Sky", you definitely can tell they're all snapshots with a very particular moment. However, it was the second disc's final cut entitled "Wood" which really had us transcending - this deep tribal raindance is simply superb!
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Cat: MULEMUSIQCD 60. Rel: 21 Feb 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Water
  2. Sky
  3. Sun
  4. Wood
  5. Mind
Review: Wareika's latest full-length excursion, their first for Mule Musiq, started life as an "unplanned four hour jam session", which was then overdubbed with additional congas and synthesizer parts, before being meticulously edited down into a non-stop, hour-long "meditation". As with much of the well-traveled trio's work, Water Sky Sun Wood is hard to accurately pigeonhole, sitting as it does in the cracks between deep techno, jazz, world music, deep house, ambient, and liquid electronica. In many ways, this makes their output - and this album, in particular - all the more alluring, especially when you consider their seemingly innate ability to craft fluid, shape-shifting music rich in warmth and atmosphere.
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FORTHCOMING
Belong
Belong (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 228.
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Belong
  2. Unbound
  3. Belong (dub)
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