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Cat: STUDIOMULE 4. Rel: 03 Jul 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Yoisura Bushi (6:51)
  2. Yoisura Bushi (Kuniyuki remix) (8:45)
Review: Ikue Asazaki's music dates back to the early 00s, when the Japanese polymath was making spiritual folk music with an electronic edge for major labels like Sony, Universal and CBS. She has taken a turn for the unexpected over the last few years, dropping singles on much lesser-known labels with an underground following. Japan's own Mule Musiq is a perfect example, and this new EP houses her music incredibly well. "Yoisura Bushi" is a spectacularly hypnotic affair, with piano keys and Asazaki's voice colliding magnificently, blending into one solitary wall of sound; the Kuniyuki remix replaces the lonesome stagger of the piano for similarly desolate landscapes made of percussion.
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 in stock $11.69
Cat: STUDIOMULE 2LP. Rel: 02 Mar 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Mediterranean Breeze (5:17)
  2. Simpatia (4:38)
  3. After Brunch With You (3:42)
  4. Summer Breeze (4:08)
  5. Never Come Into Your Eyes (4:40)
  6. Indige (4:37)
  7. Breeze For Siesta (5:20)
  8. Walkin' Around In Summer Sand (3:06)
  9. Love Beach (4:27)
  10. Madrigl (5:17)
 in stock $22.32
Intaglio (LP)
Cat: STUDIOMULE 8LP. Rel: 07 Aug 18
Jazz
  1. Circlet (5:32)
  2. Rain Calls For Bird (5:04)
  3. Lung (6:35)
  4. Symptom (3:13)
  5. Elan Vital (5:59)
  6. Aboriginel (4:31)
  7. Intagliol (7:15)
Review: Japan's Motohiki Hamase, one of the nation's most revered jazz bassists, has primarily released music with the Isao Suzuki Quartet, but the output under his own name has always intrigued us - especially given that he's now out through Mule Musiq, and that this is his first solo outing since 1993! Intaglio strays way beyond the natural confinements of jazz, taking the gnere's heart and soul into an electronic voyage that seems to be totally undefinable. 'Organic ambient' seems to be the clearest way to describe these atmospheric experiments, a collection of rhythmic collages powered by Hamase's understanding of timing, acoustic balance, and the power that traditional jazz instruments can impose when processed in an innovative style. This is all about detail and aesthetic, so it comes recommended to fans of Cafe Oto's output, to cite one example. Warmly recommended.
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 in stock $19.94
Intaglio (CD)
Cat: STUDIOMULE 8CD. Rel: 07 Aug 18
Jazz
  1. Circlet
  2. Rain Calls For Bird
  3. Lung
  4. Symptom
  5. Elan Vital
  6. Aborigine
  7. Intaglio
Review: Japan's Motohiki Hamase, one of the nation's most revered jazz bassists, has primarily released music with the Isao Suzuki Quartet, but the output under his own name has always intrigued us - especially given that he's now out through Mule Musiq, and that this is his first solo outing since 1993! Intaglio strays way beyond the natural confinements of jazz, taking the gnere's heart and soul into an electronic voyage that seems to be totally undefinable. 'Organic ambient' seems to be the clearest way to describe these atmospheric experiments, a collection of rhythmic collages powered by Hamase's understanding of timing, acoustic balance, and the power that traditional jazz instruments can impose when processed in an innovative style. This is all about detail and aesthetic, so it comes recommended to fans of Cafe Oto's output, to cite one example. Warmly recommended.
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Cat: STUDIOMULE 7. Rel: 03 Jul 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Shinzo No Tobira (extended edit) (7:10)
  2. Shinzo No Tobira (dub edit) (7:33)
 in stock $11.69
Carnaval (12")
Cat: STUDIOMULE 3. Rel: 29 Mar 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Carnaval (dance edit) (6:01)
  2. Carnaval (extended edit) (7:29)
 in stock $13.81
VARIOUS
Midnight In Tokyo Vol 2 (unmixed CD with obi-stip)
Cat: STUDIOMULE 6CD. Rel: 25 Jul 18
Jazz
  1. Genji Sawai - "Hikobae"
  2. Today's Latin Project - "Danza Lucumi"
  3. Shigeru Suzuki - "On The Coast"
  4. Air Suspension Club Band - "In The Hot City"
  5. Yasunori Soryo & Jim Rocks - "So Long America"
  6. Jugando - "Twisty"
  7. Kingkong Paradise - "Samarkand"
  8. Katsutoshi Morizono With Bird's Eye View - "Imagery"
  9. Om - "Windmill"
  10. Parachute - "Mystery Of Asian Port"
  11. Yuji Toriyama - "Bay/Sky Provincetown 1977"
  12. Keiichi Oku - "Heat Wave"
  13. Safari - "Day Dream At The Bob's Beach"
Review: Japan's Mule Musiq returns with the second edition of the excellent Midnight In Tokyo series, showcasing their country's capital and its propensity for audio-visual dystopia. Most importantly, the compilation is made up of strictly Japanese talent, and centred on the wider 'house' sound. For instance, the opening "Hikobae", from Genji Sawai, is a majestic bit of Balearic that emanates the word 'downtempo' like nothing else we've seen. But, there is so much to explora and dig into here; our favourites from the packs are Air Suspension Club Band's boogie-leaning "In The Hot City", Jugando's future-jazz bit "Twisty", the effortlessly cool waves of "Samarkand" by Kingkon Paradise, and Om's "Windmill" - probably the best instrumental slice of neo-percussionism that we've heard from the imprint. Recommended.
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Cat: STUDIOMULE 6LP. Rel: 24 Jul 18
Jazz
  1. Genji Sawai - "Hikobae" (7:16)
  2. Today's Latin Project - "Danza Lucumi" (4:26)
  3. Shigeru Suzuki - "On The Coast" (4:12)
  4. Air Suspension Club Band - "In The Hot City" (5:12)
  5. Yasunori Soryo & Jim Rocks - "So Long America" (4:59)
  6. Jugando - "Twisty" (5:27)
  7. Kingkong Paradise - "Samarkand" (7:35)
  8. Katsutoshi Morizono With Bird's Eye View - "Imagery" (3:26)
  9. Om - "Windmill" (4:44)
  10. Parachute - "Mystery Of Asian Port" (4:57)
  11. Yuji Toriyama - "Bay/Sky Provincetown 1977" (4:39)
  12. Keiichi Oku - "Heat Wave" (3:53)
  13. Safari - "Day Dream At The Bob's Beach" (4:40)
Review: Japan's Mule Musiq returns with the second edition of the excellent Midnight In Tokyo series, showcasing their country's capital and its propensity for audio-visual dystopia. Most importantly, the compilation is made up of strictly Japanese talent, and centred on the wider 'house' sound. For instance, the opening "Hikobae", from Genji Sawai, is a majestic bit of Balearic that emanates the word 'downtempo' like nothing else we've seen. But, there is so much to explora and dig into here; our favourites from the packs are Air Suspension Club Band's boogie-leaning "In The Hot City", Jugando's future-jazz bit "Twisty", the effortlessly cool waves of "Samarkand" by Kingkon Paradise, and Om's "Windmill" - probably the best instrumental slice of neo-percussionism that we've heard from the imprint. Recommended.
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 in stock $27.11
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