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Mike Paradinas Reflects on 20+ Years of Planet Mu and μ-Ziq

During the heyday of techno in the mid-to-late ‘80s, electronic music was primarily built for the club, designed to be delivered via booming loudspeakers to the delight of a packed dancefloor. 1,069 more words

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At first glance, the second album by Canadian producer Tristan Douglas might appear to be yet another album exploiting the “post-human/post-internet” aesthetic, down to the crying RealDoll on the cover and titles saturated with Internet buzzwords (“content”, “ad blocker”) and ghosts of music trends far gone (the title “FIJI Water” immediately springs vaporwave to mind). 113 more words

Ziúr ~ U Feel Anything?

Is it too early to declare that 2017 has been a great year for women in electronic music?  Berlin’s Ziúr is only the latest to release a stunning debut album.   501 more words

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Review: Konx Om Pax - Refresher (Planet Mu)

Konx Om Pax’s last release on Planet Mu, the album Caramel, was a kaleidoscope of fractured electronic dreams and one sharpened by shard-like memories of rave filtered through the static of ancient tapes. 630 more words

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Album: Ekoplekz ‎– Bioprodukt

İngiliz prodüktör Nick Edwards Ekoplekz adlı projesiyle yeni albümü Bioprodukt adıyla piyasaya sürdü.

Genel olarak akıllı dans müziğine öcü gibi bakılan ve dinlemesi, sindirmesi kolay olmaya bir tür olarak bakılması doğal. 65 more words

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