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A Clearing
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 278. Rel: 26 May 22
Deep House
  1. Stranger (4:19)
  2. A Clearing (6:37)
  3. Cabin In The Meadow (6:02)
  4. Gibbon's Call (5:26)
  5. The Walk (6:31)
  6. Kennet River (6:23)
Review: Examine Alex Albrecht's small (but undoubtedly impressive) discography, and you'll find an atmospheric, opaque and undeniably dreamy mix of ambient, deep house and downtempo grooves. His calling card, then, is not his adherence to a specific style, but a love of immersive aural textures, sonic warmth and sunrise-ready melodic motifs. This trademark sound is to the fore on A Clearing, his first Mule Musiq outing. Check first the detailed, subtly dubbed-out deep house dreamscape of 'Stranger', before admiring the ultra-deep, half-asleep excellence of 'A Clearing' and the Latin-tinged, ambient house bliss of 'Cabin in the Meadow'. He opts for a Sprinkles-goes-Latin house flex on 'Gibbon's Call', fuses jazz-house and ambient on 'The Walk' and doffs a cap to Susumu Yokota on 'Kennet River'. In a word: wonderful!
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Tortue Jaune
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 279. Rel: 15 Jun 22
Deep House
  1. Tortue Jaune (7:22)
  2. Tortue Jaune (Rhythm track) (4:00)
  3. Sarassota (6:41)
  4. Tortue Jaune (Beatless) (3:46)
Review: When Mule Musiq stated that 'maybe some older club music fans know Fred, deep house maestro from Quebec' there was no doubt it was the one-and-only Frederic Blais, aka Fred Everything. With a career spanning over two decades, the veteran producer debuted under the All Is Well alias at Mutek Festival last year, and here is his first release under the moniker - 'Totue Daune'. It's an understated and atmospheric expression in deep house that comes in a just as brilliant beatless version, while equally evocative is the sensual 'Sarassota' with its breezy Balearic motifs, underpinned by sweltering Latin-influenced rhythms.
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Mona EP
Mona EP (12")
Cat: MM 182. Rel: 15 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. Ciel De Nuit
  2. Braun Weiss
  3. Easyarp
  4. Goodbye Mona
Review: Though based in Paris, Jacques Bon retains strong ties with Hamburg's Smallville operation, both as part of Bon & Rau (with Mr. Christopher Rau) and more recently in a solo capacity. The diversity of styles offered on Bon's full debut for Smallville, last year's Two Hearts 12", suggested his star was in ascendance. A debut for Mule Musiq can only see his profile rise further and there is plenty to enjoy across the four tracks that make up the Mona EP. The tingling percussion touches that add some incandescence to opener "Ciel De Nuit", themore forceful driven rhythms and textures of "Braun Weiss" and the welling sense of analogue melancholia on "Goodbye Mona" all suggest Bon to be a producer in confident mood. More please Jacques!

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Hydrate (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 241. Rel: 25 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Hydrate (6:16)
  2. Searching For Signal (7:34)
Review: Kiwi brothers Chaos In The CBD return to Mule Musiq with their third EP for the long running Japanese label. They are in fine form throughout, offering up cuts that combine great ideas and intriguing musical motifs with just the right amount of serious dancefloor grunt. They're in full on saucer-eyed mode on A-side "Hydrate", a breakbeat-sporting deep house roller whose extended ambient intro, swirling chords, whispered vocal samples, gentle acid lines and early '90s U.S garage stabs combine to create a suitably loved-up vibe. Flipside "Searching For Signal" is similarly inclined but sounds a touch more psychedelic, with trance-inducing electronics and heady chord sequences catching the ear above another shuffling breakbeat-driven groove.
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Expansions (mixed CD)
Cat: MUEF 10. Rel: 22 Nov 12
Deep House
  1. Begin - "Lay Dub"
  2. The Project Club - "Field Of Dream" (Lexx remix)
  3. Joakim - "Labyrinth" (Lone remix)
  4. Seahawks - "Catch A Star" (Dunks No Drunk Bolero mix)
  5. Lovelock - "The Fog"
  6. Brioski - "Scandal Echo" (original mix)
  7. Boys From Patagonia - "Rimini '80"
  8. Last Waltz - "Tangiers" (original mix)
  9. Eddie C - "Tunnel Mountain"
  10. 6th Borough Project - "Estranged Lover"
  11. Craig Bratley - "Birdshell" (The Revenge bonus dub)
  12. Compuphonic - "Sunset" (feat Marques Toliver - DJ T remix)
  13. Burning Tears - "Just The Same"
  14. Hardway Brothers - "Mania Theme" (Toby Tobias remix)
  15. Andy Sangria - "Sanctuary Of Love"
Review: It's been a while since we've heard from KZA and DJ Kent's Force of Nature project, and even longer since they dropped a mix CD. Here they step back behind the decks for a typically Balearic, sun-kissed excursion on Mule Musiq. Much of the material comes from the label's back catalogue, though given the imprint's high success rate that's no bad thing. Kicking off with Begin's luscious "Lay Dub", the duo work through a variety of glistening Balearic flavours (including a delicious Dr Dunks rework of Seahawks), before slowly increasing in tempo and dancefloor intensity. Along the way, look of for Boys From Patagonia's much sought after Euro-synth builder "Rimini '80" and Burning Tears E'd-up hypno-house cut "Just The Same".
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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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Boson (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 265. Rel: 02 Dec 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Boson (7:26)
  2. Xrain (9:18)
Review: The irrepressible impossible to pin down Mule Musiq label rounds out its 2020 with a stunning two-tracker from Frankey & Sandrino, the Essen and Berlin duo who explore some sublime sonics. 'Boson' is a colourful track with warped synths, treated robot vocals and a plodding groove that draws you in deep. It's peppered with subtle details that make it perfect for the more playful moments, then the flip gets more dark and serious, 'Xrain' is built on a heavy groove, with a lead synth spraying about the mix and constantly hinting at darkness ahead. These are simple but effective tunes from this accomplished outfit.
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Played by: Mimi, Evan Michael
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Moabit (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 280. Rel: 21 Jun 22
Deep House
  1. Moabit (feat Jimi Tenor) (8:12)
  2. Dub 5 (7:57)
Review: Two jazz house hip-swayers from Freestyle Man and Henrik Schwarz, strongmen of the style who have yet to collaborative until now. 'Moabit' comes to Mule Musiq, and features the living legend Jimi Tenor on sax on the eponymous A-side; a must for anyone seeking out an expressionist edge to their blue-noted party-starters. 'Dub 5', meanwhile, steps backwards into steam-stacked fogs and city backalleys, a dub techno take on neo-noir. An impressive exercise in style from the German pair.
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The Side Effects Selections
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 258. Rel: 12 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. The Chase (feat Dave Aju) (6:49)
  2. Astronomie (6:38)
  3. Grand Signal (6:43)
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Earth Beats (remastered)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 270. Rel: 20 Jul 21
Deep House
  1. Earth Beats (live version) (9:48)
  2. Earth Beats (Fingers Deep mix) (10:42)
  3. Earth Beats (Fingers Acid edit) (8:12)
  4. Earth Beats (Fingers Ambient mix) (10:42)
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Remixed Vol 1
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 273. Rel: 21 Feb 22
Deep House
  1. All These Things (Theo Parrish remix vocal version) (13:55)
  2. All These Things (Theo Parrish remix dubstramental) (8:53)
Review: With its complex arrangements, attractive musical elements, ambient textures and jazz-flecked instrumentation, Kuniyuki Takahashi's music has long been a gift for remixers. Mule Musiq has taken advantage of this in the past, commissioning a slew of reworks of his tracks in the late noughties and early twenty-teens. These superb Theo Parrish versions of 'All These Things' date from 2008 and have been reissued as part of a new series of Kuniyuki reissues. Parrish's A-side remix is as wonderful as you'd expect: a 14-minute epic in which glassy-eyed vocal snippets, aquatic synth motifs and ultra-deep ambient pads rise above a deliciously jazzy deep house beat. The flipside 'Dubstrumental' is chunkier, jazzier and sparser, sound-wise, offering a marginally weightier alternative to the inspired A-side rub.
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Flying Music
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 264. Rel: 18 Nov 20
Deep House
  1. Flying Music (long dub version Chapter 2 mix) (21:31)
  2. Flying Music (Rhythm & Trumpet mix) (10:23)
  3. Flying Music (Deep Poetry mix) (8:39)
Review: To name Kuniyuki Takahashi as a staple of the Mule Musiq sound would be a fair call, as he's had about three dozen releases on the Tokyo-based imprint thus far - and counting. Not one to rest on his laurels, Takahashi continues with his prolific output which spans three decades, and surprises us once again with the contemplative late night jazz of 'Flying Music'. The A side on this one belongs to the long dub version Chapter 2 mix, while on the flip you can enjoy the sensual Rhythm & Trumpet mix which does exactly what it says on the tin. Finally the tres chic Deep Poetry mix and its French spoken word vocal makes a worthy addition to the EP.
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The Session 2 Remixed
Cat: MM 163. Rel: 18 Jul 13
Deep House
  1. The Session 2 (Johannes Brecht remix)
  2. The Session 2 (Lord Of The Isles remix)
Review: Mule Musiq muster Johannes Brecht and Lord Of The Isles to remix the The Session 2 by the Japanese label's treasured double act Kuniyuki & Henrik Schwarz. Brecht delivers a minimal and acoustic remix - pan pipes included - for his version, while impressive Scottish producer Lord Of The Isles follows up a release on the Shevshenko label with a inspiring and synthy remake to an original filled with tinges of jazz and forest ambience.
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Once Again
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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Dig & Edit
Dig & Edit (2xLP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 269. Rel: 07 Jun 21
  1. Aneugalam (6:26)
  2. Capricorn (4:43)
  3. Communication Satellite (5:44)
  4. Gothenergy (6:56)
  5. Unfaithful (6:19)
  6. Transaction (6:11)
  7. Electronic University (6:31)
  8. Transaction (6:29)
  9. Open Up (Slow version) (7:51)
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Phase Transition
Cat: MULEMUSIQCD 57. Rel: 21 Jun 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Frame Of Reference
  2. Subsurface
  3. Fabula
  4. Mutual Isolated
  5. Catharctic
  6. Syuzhet
  7. Spark Eroded
  8. Delusive
  9. Charlie Carlisle
  10. Tomorrow's Happiness
Review: Under the Lake People alias, Martin Enke has been responsible for some quietly impressive releases since 2012. Chief amongst these is 2015 debut album Purposefully Uncertain Field, an expansive set that shuffled between moments of uncomfortable, unsettling darkness and hyopnotic, trippy positivity. There's a similar feel to this follow-up. After beginning with a fine chunk of hypnotic, late night dub techno, Enke variously delivers ragged, acid-fired techno, picturesque ambient soundscapes, deep and jazzy IDM, sweeping cinematic moments, Phuture style acid jack - albeit laden with undulating, new age style melody motifs - and, on the brilliant "Charlie Carlisle", muscular electro/acid house fusion. In other words, it's business as usual for the talented and open-minded Enke.
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A Day In The Life
Cat: MMLP 180. Rel: 20 Nov 14
  1. Horses
  2. A Day In The Life
  3. Lucy, Lucy
  4. Nowhere Is A Place
  5. Marlen
  6. Fainting
  7. Simmer
  8. The Visit
  9. Dreams Are Dead
  10. Blue Mountain
  11. Bonheur
  12. Lost In Joy
Review: While Peter "Lawrence" Kerten is perhaps best known for his stripped-back approach to house and techno, many of his greatest records have explored his deep-rooted love of ambient music. It's great to see, then, that this sixth full-length sees him in full-on ambient mode, variously laying down picturesque, becalmed compositions, twinkling productions and hypnotic, Steve Reich-influenced grooves. There's naturally much to admire, from the pitched-down samples and curious atmosphere of "Lost In Joy" (reminiscent of Jimmy Cauty's legendary album under the Space pseudonym) and the pin-sharp melodies of "A Day In The Life", to the Namlook-ish, outer-space textures of "Marlen".
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Birds On The Dancefloor
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 276. Rel: 25 May 22
Deep House
  1. Highland Spores (House mix) (6:53)
  2. The Awakening (7:15)
  3. Everglade (7:37)
  4. Meadows (Sunrise edit) (3:44)
Review: 22 years after his debut EP, micro-house classic Sporturlaub, hit stores, Dial Records co-founder Lawrence is still at the peak of his powers. That's certainly the conclusion we've reached having listened to Birds on the Dancefloor, a fine four-tracker for Mule Musiq full of evocative, melodious, atmospheric and morning-fresh deep house jams. Our pick of a very strong bunch is the ultra-deep, drifting, dubbed-out dancefloor drift of 'Everglade', though opener 'Highland Spores (House Mix)' - a heady and hypnotic fusion of micro-house and deep house - pushes it close. Elsewhere, 'The Awakening' sees the German pepper an undulating acid bassline and smooth beats with rising and falling melodies, while 'Meadows (sunrise edit)' is an intensely beautiful fusion of IDM electronics and soft-focus deep house grooves
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Tags: Minimal
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The Evasion Of The Spiritual Soldier
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 257. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. The Evasion Of The Spiritual Soldier (12:45)
  2. Flags Of Himalaya (9:32)
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Ame Ga Furu EP
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 167. Rel: 21 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Ame Ga Furu (dub version)
  2. Ame Ga Furu (Lawrence remix)
  3. Ame Ga Furu (beat version)
Played by: Alex Font
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Reflections Of Nothingness
Cat: MMCD 045. Rel: 17 Oct 14
  1. Enter The Spiral
  2. Dissolve
  3. Water Burns Air
  4. Dance Of Roots
  5. Ash Layla
  6. No Escape
  7. You Are The Proof Of Heaven
  8. Falling Apart Into One
  9. Faith
Review: There has been a healthy amount of ambient music issued on Mule Musiq lately, with the forthcoming Lawrence album sure to turn a few heads. In the mean time Minilogue's Sebastian Mullaert has linked up with Israel's Eitan Reiter to produce this sumptuous album of mellow tones for the home-listening crowd. There are some beat-powered moments scattered throughout the album, from the brooding acid throb of "Ash Layla" to the hyper-reduced minimal thrust of "No Escape (Kick)" but these moments still manage to stay in the quieter end of the spectrum. Elsewhere beatless orchestrations waft from the speakers in a state of melancholic magnificence that marks this album as a runaway success for both artists.
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 274. Rel: 30 Mar 22
  1. Chapter 01 (7:53)
  2. Page 07, Line 17 (8:27)
  3. Page 09, Line 16 (5:20)
  4. Page 10, Line 14 (5:26)
  5. Page 11, Line 04 (5:45)
  6. Chapter 02 (5:11)
  7. Page 30, Line 11 Continue (6:38)
Review: You don't have to do much more than glance at the track listing here to gauge what Kossaiko will feel like, if not know what to expect in terms of the actual sound. There's a real air of sophistication permeating the whole album, which chooses to take classical, piano-led roots, and combine those with touches of electronic ambient, leading to something that feels grounded in musical tradition yet just that little bit different. For the most part, this is realised through sonic serenity, but Saikoss' album isn't confined to that mode. 'Page 09, Line 16' uses whimsy to build a soundscape that's packed with jazz inflections and also video game score nuances, for example. Overall, it's nothing if not thoroughly and vividly accomplished, an intimate and quiet gem that marks the artist out as a master.
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Primeiras Impressoes
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 251. Rel: 09 Mar 20
  1. Introducao (5:20)
  2. Uma Receita Harmoniosa (5:29)
  3. Primeiras Impressoes (3:51)
  4. Fe (1:59)
  5. Grumari (5:19)
  6. Nao Posso Mais (4:09)
  7. Domingo Em Paz (3:34)
  8. A Mudanca (2:53)
  9. Fim Da Primeira Parte (interlude) (1:58)
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The Call Super Mixes
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 229. Rel: 21 Jan 21
  1. Newwave Project #2 (Call Super mix) (7:58)
  2. Puzzle (Call Super Garden) (10:00)
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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Remix Works
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 271. Rel: 01 Mar 22
Deep House
  1. Paul Randolph - "Shake House" (Kuniyuki remix) (7:49)
  2. Marewrew - "Rera Suy" (Kuniyuki remix) (8:07)
  3. Etv Girls Choir - "Sampo Tagumine (Forging The Sampo)" (Kuniyuki remix) (8:17)
Review: Mule Musiq presents more remix delights from veteran producer and label staple Kuniyuki. The new Remix Works EP features a suitably deep, dusty and low-slung rendition of 'Shake House' by Detroit musician Paul Randolph on the A side, followed by a sublime ambient house version of Hokkaido-based quartet Marewrew's 'Rera Suy' featuring a backdrop of ethereal pianos and subdued percussion that allows their amazing vocals to play centre stage. Over on the flip, there's another left field offering in the form of Etv Girls Choir's 'Sampo Tagumine (Forging The Sampo)' where Kuniyuki reworks the track by exploring a neo-classical style to mesmerising effect.
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Remix Works
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 272. Rel: 08 Mar 22
Deep House
  1. Mouse On The Keys - "Plateau" (Kuniyuki remix) (9:28)
  2. Kathy Kosins & Paul Randolph - "Could You Be Me?" (Kuniyuki remix) (8:22)
  3. Mr Raoul K - "Dounougnan Magni" (Kuniyuki remix) (13:03)
  4. Kazumi Watanabe - "Garuda" (Kuniyuki remix) (7:13)
  5. Erika Nishi - "Summer Party" (Kuniyuki remix) (6:34)
  6. Jungle By Night - "Love Boat" (Kuniyuki remix) (8:14)
  7. Sth NOTIONAL - "Song With No Words" (Kuniyuki remix) (9:48)
  8. Nabowa - "Ries" (Kuniyuki remix) (8:59)
Review: Before delivering the self-explanatory Newwave Project album in 2017, Kuniyuki Takahashi had spent well over a decade delivering spiritual, life-affirming blends of deep house and future jazz. It's this side of his output that shines through on Remix Works, a collection of some of the producer's most sublime reworks of other people's work. Typically atmospheric, musically detailed and emotion-seeped, the set contains numerous headline-grabbing highlights, including a fluid, acid-flecked Latin deep house version of 'Plateau' by Mouse on the Keys, a sparkling and futuristic Afro-house re-wire of Mr Raoul K's extra-percussive 'Dounougnan Magni', a marimba-sporting drift through deep aural rainforests (his sublime revision of Kazumi Watanabe's 'Garuda') and a loved-up, life-affirming re-imaging of Jungle By Night's horn-sporting 'Love Boat'.

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Water Sky Sun Wood
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 221. Rel: 21 Feb 18
  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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Water Sky Sun Wood
Cat: MULEMUSIQCD 60. Rel: 21 Feb 18
  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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