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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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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 233. Rel: 12 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Moving On (10:39)
  2. The Way (6:32)
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 236. Rel: 19 Mar 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Pattern Recognition (9:15)
  2. Policy Of Youth (6:03)
  3. In The Night (6:25)
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Fun Fort (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 239. Rel: 13 May 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Fun Fort (7:09)
  2. In Your Wardrobe (part 2) (8:15)
Review: For its 15th year anniversary, Mule Musiq will release twelve 12" by close artists, with collectable artwork by Stefan Marx. The seventh edition presented here is by the label's 'hero' Roman Flugel, who presents his debut single for the label. Quite possibly named after the legendary producer's hometown, "Fun Fort" sees the man from Frankfurt deliver two emotive and hypnotic journeys on this two tracker: the title track on the A side transmits some seriously good vibes with its bouncy bassline and catchy blips and bleeps, plus an infectious shuffle throughout. On the flip, he goes further down the spiral on the moody dub techno excursion of "In Your Wardrobe (Part 2)" where long, drawn out dub chords lurk beneath some dusty late night jazz bar sounds.
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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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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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Alya (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 226. Rel: 03 Jul 18
Techno
  1. Alya (8:49)
  2. The Great Attractor (8:49)
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Murgulll (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 227. Rel: 17 Jul 18
Minimal House/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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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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FORTHCOMING
Tangerine Sky
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 240. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Tangerine Sky
  2. Blue Palms
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Ginster (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 234. Rel: 30 Jan 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Ginster (8:04)
  2. Sudden Frost (5:31)
  3. Leap-Second (7:57)
Review: After what seems like an eternity but is, in fact, merely two years, minimal house maestro Isolee returns with a brand new EP. While it shares its title with the name of a famed pasty manufacturer, there's nothing stodgy or calorific about the tasty material on offer. "Ginster" itself is hypnotic, wonky and stripped back, with delay-laden riffs and electronic pulses that recall some of the producer's most glorious moments (EG "Beau Mot Plage" for starters). Over on the flip, "Sudden Frost" sees him make merry with blissful sampled guitar passages, deep house style beats and evocative chords, while "Leap-Second" is altogether weirder, with odd noises riding a beat that's somewhere between glam-rock and the wonky world of Ricardo Villalobos.
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Watarase (reissue) (LP + insert with obi-strip)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 218. Rel: 18 Oct 18
Jazz
  1. Someday My Prince Will Come (7:54)
  2. Msunduza (4:25)
  3. I Can't Get Started (4:32)
  4. Tone (7:59)
  5. Watarase (7:31)
  6. Miss Cann (5:03)
  7. Good Bye (8:55)
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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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Shout (12")
Cat: MM 159. Rel: 25 Apr 13
Deep House
  1. Shout (feat Tetsuro Kawashima - 12" version)
  2. Between Shadows & Lights (Sprinkles Lights Out dub)
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Vivacity (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 231. Rel: 05 Dec 18
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Vivacity (6:44)
  2. You Make It Look Easy (5:50)
  3. Final Conflation (6:48)
  4. It's World Is One We Seldom Visit (5:13)
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Black Cats (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 238. Rel: 25 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Black Cats (8:00)
  2. Nozomi (6:52)
  3. Radiance (6:15)
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Cat: MMLP 180. Rel: 20 Nov 14
Ambient/Drone
  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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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 237. Rel: 03 Apr 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. The Sentiment (8:38)
  2. A Different Wave (9:35)
Review: Astonishingly, it's been 23 years since Peter Kremeier AKA Losoul first started to develop his distinctively deep and hypnotic brand of minimal house. His continued relevance was proved beyond doubt by last year's surprise "Island Time" album on Hypercolour, and this outing on Mule Musiq is every bit as beguiling. He begins with the soft focus wooziness of "The Sentiment", an atmospheric and enveloping affair where watery ambient chords and slowly shifting pads sashay in and out of a locked-in groove rich in crunchy drum machine snares and undulating acid bass. There's a deeper and even dreamier feel to flipside "A Different Wave", a more percussive and mind-altering affair that nevertheless makes expert use of head-in-the-clouds chords and elongated bass notes.
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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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The Birds (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 232. Rel: 08 Jan 19
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Birds I (7:35)
  2. Birds II (8:09)
Review: Initially making his presence known on the international scene 10 years ago with his trademark style of tech house, it seems that German producer Alex Niggemann really is in the prime of his career at the moment. After launching his successful Aeon imprint back in 2013, presenting an edition of the Australian Balance compilation/mix and becoming a staple of sorts for top labels like Poker Flat and Last Night On Earth - the Dusseldorf native's energy just keeps on burning and this release for the wonderful Mule Musiq is solid evidence of that. Referred by good buddy Sandrino (of Frankey & Sandrino), label boss Toshiya Kawasaki admits he had never actually heard of Niggemann before, but was won over by these two ethereal and deeply hypnotic tracks featured here in the form of "Birds I" and "Birds II".
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Cyber EP (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 230. Rel: 12 Nov 18
Deep House
  1. Cyber (House Pass) (7:26)
  2. Cyber (Cosmic Slide) (7:13)
  3. Cyberc (Ambient Sax mix) (7:28)
Review: Gilles Smith and James Priestley seem to be devoting far more of their time to music production. This excellent outing on Mule Musiq is their second single of 2018 following a solid debut on Phonica Records earlier in the year. In its' A-side "House Pass" form, "Cyber" is a deliciously saucer-eyed and loved-up affair where dizzyingly positive synthesizer motifs wrap themselves around a chunky bassline and bouncy, No Smoke style drums. Over on side B, Smith and Priestley offer up two alternative interpretations: the trippy, techno-tinged early morning psychedelic hypnotism of the "Cosmic Slide" version, and the beat-less bliss of the "Ambient Sax Version", which further explores the track's Italian dream house influences.
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 229. Rel: 02 Oct 18
Techno
  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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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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Belong (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 228. Rel: 29 Aug 18
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Belong (8:28)
  2. Unbound (6:41)
  3. Belong (dub mix) (6:06)
Review: More evocative and thought provoking music for discerning dancefloors, courtesy of Japan's always reliable Mule Musiq. This time it's courtesy of German duo Daniel Stroeter and Martin Mueller aka youANDme. They are a surprising addition to the label, considering their recent appearances for labels as diverse as Poker Flat to Nervous and even Gruuv, but if the Belong 12" can prove anything - it's that the duo has a strong diversity within their sonic repertoire. From the soulful and slow burning title track which features Black Soda's sensual vocals above the duo's majestic arrangement, to "Unbound" which is a deep, dubbed-out and introspective cut for heads-down moments in the early hours.
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