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Hellworld (limited LP)
Cat: ZIQ 454. Rel: 16 Mar 23
Get Down (4:23)
Opp Pack Hittin (feat Malick McFly) (2:52)
Technician (3:49)
Lucky (3:32)
Gallery (feat Malick McFly) (3:42)
So Hot (3:59)
When U Touch Me (feat Lighght) (4:21)
Groover (5:12)
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Cat: ZIQ 458. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Hard Drive (3:28)
WTF Goin On (3:15)
Hypnotized (3:18)
Ooh Baby (feat DJ Rashad) (3:54)
I Can Luv U (2:41)
You N You (feat DJ Phil) (3:21)
Overnight Flight (3:17)
Want U Bad (3:36)
Turn Me Up (3:13)
Opera (2:47)
Lost In Da Jungle (3:08)
Deep In My Mind (3:07)
Review: Planet Mu has been one of the breeding grounds for juke and footwork even before many people over in Europe had cottoned on the hyper-rhythmic US style. They continue to put out the genre's fresh sounds, this time with Chicago man DJ Manny pushing the template into fresh new realms. He climbs high on the BPM counter here with his 160+ beats staying soulful, with plenty of hook melodies and well-treated and deployed vocal samples adding character to the physicality. Minimal techno, r&b, jungle and more are all referenced in this brilliantly driving album.
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 in stock $21.49
Seez (LP)
Cat: ZIQ 446. Rel: 16 Sep 22
Xid (3:42)
Anm (4:24)
Ruh (4:24)
Obeye (3:38)
Maki3 (5:43)
Etop (5:02)
Imperat (4:41)
Lu (3:31)
Review: Planet Mu, despite its advancing years, remains right at the cutting edge of electronic music. Its releases are never less that boundary nudging and constantly moving with the times. Back with a new album after Hyper Flux in 2017 did so well, Herva experiments with homemade hardware on this record. For it, he managed to build a "point-to-point mixer from scratch" and as such moves away from sample based music here. It is a thrilling conception that draws form IDM, electronics and its very own rule book when it comes to rhythms, timbre and texture. Mind being stuff for sure.

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 in stock $12.75
Timeproof (limited CD)
Cat: ZIQ 455. Rel: 27 Apr 23
Phantom Pain
The Mirror
One Eye Open
Cold Motion
Heart String
Zero Point
The Next Time You Die
Review: Alan Myson's latest album as Ital Tek - his eighth for Planet Mu since debuting in 2008 - is an album of contrasts, offering aural darkness and light, intensity and becalmed beauty - and sometimes within the same track. It's rooted in ambient, experimental electronica and what would once be called IDM, but Myson has gone to great efforts to avoid stylistic cliches and well-worn tropes. As a result, it's unpredictable but addictive, with distorted creep-outs ('Heart String') and unsettling soundscapes ('Darking') sitting side by side with cuts smothered in glacial beauty ('The Next Time You Day') and melancholic, slowly unfurling sonic bliss ('Shattered').
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Embryo (12")
Cat: ZIQ 445. Rel: 18 Mar 22
Embryo (3:54)
Auto Pilot (3:45)
Connect The Dots (3:22)
Rabbit Hole (3:18)
 in stock $13.44
Perspective (clear vinyl LP)
Cat: ZIQ 459. Rel: 28 Sep 23
Paradigm (5:00)
Obscure (3:48)
Fourth Perspective (4:20)
Derivative (4:55)
Dissonance (2:43)
Duality (6:03)
Review: Inimitable footwork titan Jlin returns for yet another challenging take on footwork and juke, Perspective. A pivotal follow-up to her 2017 album Black Origami, it comes as a comparatively terse mini-album, and consists of electronic versions of her compositions for the percussion ensemble Third Coast Percussion. Something about Perspective seems to appreciate footwork's rhythms as rhythmic "impossible shapes", owing to the genre's loose and sometimes off-kilter triplets. On the likes of 'Fourth Perspective' and 'Disonance', she seems to equate juke with minimalism, introducing Reichean additions and subtractions, not to mention a glassy, surreal timbre overall.
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Cat: ZIQ 459CD. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Fourth Perspective
Auto Pilot
Connect The Dots
Rabbit Hole
Review: The return of Jlin is always a cause to celebrate. In the eight short years since she first emerged, the US producer has firmly positioned herself as a fearlessly inventive, sharply focused artist who never misses. Her fourth album for Planet Mu continues her considered sonic evolution, maintaining the needlepoint percussive programming she's made her name on but broadening the source material to take in some more harmonically rich tones. As ever, you can hear a hint of footwork influence in her work but she's moved beyond obvious links to the Chicago sound, instead occupying her own space where brittle drum science can be a catalyst for rich, continually evolving electronics of the highest calibre.
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Severant (Deluxe Edition)
Cat: ZIQ 309X. Rel: 06 Oct 22
Visioning Shared Tomorrows (2:05)
Ant City (3:23)
Whisper Fate (2:42)
Onset (Escapism) (3:00)
Scissors (3:32)
Truth Flood (3:41)
Reality Drift (2:18)
Ascension Phase (2:52)
Salt Lake Cuts (5:16)
Seeing The Edges (3:54)
Flight Path (4:27)
Vectoral (2:58)
As We Lie Promising (0:45)
Work, Live & Sleep Incollapsing Space (4:32)
Shutter Light Girl (1:07)
Memory Rain (3:37)
Review: After the massive impact of Vex'd in the breakthrough years of dubstep, it was big news when Jamie Teasdale chose to swerve in his own direction and emerge as Kuedo. Released in 2011, Severant was a bold statement of intent which didn't wholly shirk what had come before, but placed emphasis on the kind of romantic synthesis you'd readily associate with Vangelis and saw trap and other influences sneaking into the mix. In hindsight, Severant is typical of the times we live in, drawing on a glut of influences and presenting its own idiosyncratic vision, but above all that the emotion and intent of Teasdale's ideas make it an enduring, captivating listen.
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Cat: ZIQ 447CD. Rel: 03 Nov 22
Iggy's Song
Magic Pony Ride (part 3)
Green Chaos
Pyramidal Mind Dispersion
Modulating Angel
Pentagonal Antiprism
Metabidiminished Icosahedron
Goodbye VIP
Giddy All Over
Rave Whistle
Rave Whistle (Darkside mix)
Rave Whistle (Jungle Tekno mix)
Review: Planet Mu main man Mike Paradinas has been busy throughout 2022, with this expanded edition of new album 'Hello' also including the entirety of the recently released (and sonically similar) 'Goodbye EP'. As Mu Ziq, Paradinas has always been good at inspirational, boundary blurring brilliance, with his tracks routinely adding gorgeously tuneful lead lines, ear-pleasing chords and jumpy IDM basslines to beats variously inspired by breakbeat hardcore, jungle and darkcore. While the collection is undoubtedly balanced and includes some less manic material geared towards home listening, it's the club-baiting tracks that often hit home hardest. Amongst the many highlights are the disco-sampling 'Green Chaos', the fiendishly sub-heavy 'Modulated Angel', the loved-up and subtly dubbed-out future anthem 'Goodbye VIP' and the three different takes on 'Rave Whistle'.
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Grush (CD)
Cat: ZIQ 465CD. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Reticulum A
Hyper Daddy
Magic Pony Ride (part 4)
Imperial Crescent
Reticulum B
Windsor Safari Park
Reticulum C
Review: When electronic musicians invent new words, you know you're in for an accompanying sonic treat. u-Ziq aka. Mike Paradinas' latest record Grush aims at something between a crush and a grunt - as if to suggest the violent hydraulic floorings of the former and the cave-manic disinhibition of the latter. Sonically, this follows suit with Paradinas' as-ever ascendant, wompy-breaksy sound, which this time comes peppered with additional flavours of black MIDI and generative sound-spurts honed at live shows; the ultimate aim of the album is to replicate the nonstop feel of a live tour, with each track here having been meticulously road-tested and polished for home listening (or not - get out there and dance to the thing, couch potatoes!)
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Inflatable Gravestone
Inflatable Gravestone (white vinyl LP)
Cat: ZIQ 453. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Waiting In The Car (2:39)
Squabble (5:42)
Spirit & Legacy & Muckiness (feat MX World) (2:04)
Trebuchet (2:28)
Inheritor (3:05)
Gliding (3:04)
The Poison Garden (feat MX World) (2:17)
Spider (4:10)
Mercy To Your Cadence (3:54)
Helhest (Azrael Smirks) (feat MX World) (3:04)
Inflatable Gravestone (3:50)
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Flood City Trax
Flood City Trax (transparent beige vinyl LP)
Cat: ZIQ 452. Rel: 26 Oct 23
FCD (Floaty Cloud Dream) (4:20)
Orchid Juke (5:58)
Sun Juke (2:39)
Nondi Shadow (0:47)
Euphonic Daydream (1:30)
01-25-2022 (2:09)
Healing Rain (2:02)
Dusty (3:21)
Nostalgic Vision (2:39)
Long Ago (4:46)
Sentimental Juke (3:22)
Harmoyear (2:35)
Review: Johnstown, Pennsylvania isn't the first town on everyone's lips when it comes to deep dive electronics. But then, sadly, most people still don't seem to have encountered Nondi. Better known to some of those who have as Tatiana Triplin, the US producer and head of the 'net label HRR has developed a cult following for her experimental takes on some already quite leftfield electronic genres: breakcore and footwork, alongside Detroit-hued techno. What's remarkable about all this is the fact she confesses to only really having direct experiences of these genres online, as oppose to amid the sweat and frenzy of the situations they were first intended for. While this might lead some to assuming her work lacks authenticity, nothing could be further from the truth - it's all so authentic because the interpretations are entirely hers.
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No One Said You Didn't
Cat: ZIQ 096CD. Rel: 20 Jan 05
Ethiopian Runner
Sewer System Sharapnel Rainbow Energy (without Remainder)
Kenyan Runner
Breakfast Beer
Thesis Essay
Hilbert Space
Living With Lightning In Your Body
Death Frenzy
Gunslinger's Death
 in stock $10.88
Fun Is Not A Straight Line
Cat: ZIQ 432. Rel: 25 Jun 21
Filthyfresh (3:17)
Monolith (3:31)
Motherfuckyou (4:01)
Speedmemories (3:46)
Flowers (3:34)
Everyday (3:21)
90 Dreams (4:42)
Wants (interlude) (3:09)
Videophonekitty (3:23)
Movathat (3:38)
Girl Is Hip (3:04)
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Legacy Volume 2
Legacy Volume 2 (red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ZIQ 456. Rel: 11 May 23
Eraser (explicit) (3:19)
Heavy Heat (3:44)
Total Darkness (3:57)
Flo-Control (3:44)
Under'd-Stat (4:41)
Say Grace (3:44)
Knock Out (3:28)
Azzoutof Control (4:03)
B.O.T.O. (4:59)
Pop Machine (3:52)
Porno (explicit) (3:56)
Off Da Hook (3:59)
Last Night (3:58)
Review: RP Boo is a footwork originator widely credited as being a pivotal and foundational figure. He started producing in 1995 inspired by the house sounds of Chicago and broke through in 1997 with 'Baby Come On' which is credited as being the first proper footwork tune. Legacy Vol.2 is a collection of cuts created between 2002 and 2007 that tell the story of Boo's musical evolution as well as that of footwork itself. There is everything from the darkness of 'Eraser' inspired by visiting club War Zone on the west side of Chicago to 2005's 'Pop Machine', which was made when Boo worked at Speedway Oil Change and made use of a temperamental soda/pop machine. This is vital music history, frankly.
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Chasing Stateless
Chasing Stateless (sage green vinyl LP)
Cat: ZIQ 450. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Experts Defeating Experts (2:03)
Pretense Of Neutrality (3:15)
Of Christo (5:22)
Frequently Fugitive (4:14)
No Negotiations, No Conferences & No Dialogue (2:33)
Sag Masab (3:39)
Sunday Painter (3:37)
Put By Nothing (4:37)
Arrows Of Illusion (3:31)
Hiccup (3:29)
Lonely Is Our Non-Existent House Yard (3:28)
Review: Saint Abdullah is the fraternal partnership of Mohammad and Mehdi Mehrabani-Yeganeh, two Iranian brothers now based in the US. Their collaboration with Ireland's Eomac first manifested in Patience Of A Traitor for Other People last year and now they follow up in quick fashion with an expansive album for Planet Mu. Chasing Stateless maintains a commitment to broadcasting Middle Eastern sonics which has been consistent throughout the Saint Abdullah catalogue, but the approach isn't obvious. Rather, snatches of speech samples or a particular choice of tuning sets the mood around deadly, blunted beat downs from the low slung hip-hop of 'Pretense Of Neutrality' to the uptempo electronica of 'No Negotiations And No Dialogue'.
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Power Grid
Power Grid (2xLP)
Cat: ZIQ 278. Rel: 10 Jul 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
Space Traveller
Power Grid
Uptown Lane
Horror Story
Ride 4 Me
 in stock $5.11
Isoviha (LP)
Cat: ZIQ 439. Rel: 15 Jul 22
Isovitutus (2:11)
Isosusi (3:30)
Isonuha (2:48)
Isotv (2:35)
IS (2:02)
Isoteko (3:03)
Isoviha (3:40)
Isorakas (2:14)
Isopaska (3:36)
Isooo (2:38)
Isovihane (2:54)
Isomulkku (2:23)
Isopieni (2:17)
Review: Finnish producer Vladislav Delay is releasing their sophomore album as an industrial drone narration of the juxtaposition of returning to urban life after exploring the northern arctic (an idea explored in his previous works). After a long walk or meditative experience of peace, the moment when we thrust ourselves out the front door onto the main road - that is Isoviha. No track better encapsulates the synthetic incessant noise of city life than 'Isonuha' with it's synthetic incessant noise. Industrial crushing and experimental cymbal crashes fight each other in this bloodsport of a track. 'Isoviha' is intense and heavy on the soul, a reflection of it's anti-synthetic narrative.
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