Posts Tagged: planet mu

Electronic Observations 2014 #2

I usually try to highlight new artists to this column, aware that given a mere ten or so reviews per month it’s probably better not to repeat myself. This month, things have fallen out a little differently with several artists

Electronic Observations 2014 #2

I usually try to highlight new artists to this column, aware that given a mere ten or so reviews per month it’s probably better not to repeat myself. This month, things have fallen out a little differently with several artists

Electronic Observations 2013 #9

For the northern hemisphere types, the changing of the clocks and the lengthening of the evenings are clear indications that the end of the year is drawing close. Still that means more excuses for staying in and listening to music,

Electronic Observations 2013 #9

For the northern hemisphere types, the changing of the clocks and the lengthening of the evenings are clear indications that the end of the year is drawing close. Still that means more excuses for staying in and listening to music,

Electronic Observations 2013 #8

Back in some kind of groove this month, with the one column, and 9 releases for your delectation. Numerous genres are covered, although hopefully the Ultramarine album will be one that unites everybody; maybe it’s the nostalgia talking but it’s

Electronic Observations 2013 #8

Back in some kind of groove this month, with the one column, and 9 releases for your delectation. Numerous genres are covered, although hopefully the Ultramarine album will be one that unites everybody; maybe it’s the nostalgia talking but it’s

Electronic Observations #6

After a brief summer hiatus, we’re back with a suitably bumper-sized edition, much in the same way the comics of my youth used to produce a Summer Special, which in theory were designed to keep the children quiet for a

Electronic Observations #6

After a brief summer hiatus, we’re back with a suitably bumper-sized edition, much in the same way the comics of my youth used to produce a Summer Special, which in theory were designed to keep the children quiet for a

Electronic Observations 2013 #5

Given that this article is published at some point between the release of albums by Daft Punk and Boards of Canada, acts who have been making electronic music for a number of years – and share a similar slow-but-steady approach

Electronic Observations 2013 #5

Given that this article is published at some point between the release of albums by Daft Punk and Boards of Canada, acts who have been making electronic music for a number of years – and share a similar slow-but-steady approach

Electronic Observations 2013 #4

It’s a real mixed bag this month, from treated field recordings, through the arrival of a loved-up Mike Paradinas to the discovery of a previously unknown side-project of Jaki Liebezeit, the legendary drummer from Can.  To be honest, I’d probably

Electronic Observations 2013 #4

It’s a real mixed bag this month, from treated field recordings, through the arrival of a loved-up Mike Paradinas to the discovery of a previously unknown side-project of Jaki Liebezeit, the legendary drummer from Can.  To be honest, I’d probably

Last Step ~ Sleep

For most people, there are few things better than a decent sleep – insomniacs please look away now. The number of slang terms for the activity alone suggests that many of us regard it as not merely a necessity but

Last Step ~ Sleep

For most people, there are few things better than a decent sleep – insomniacs please look away now. The number of slang terms for the activity alone suggests that many of us regard it as not merely a necessity but

Traxman ~ Da Mind Of Traxman

If Footwork hasn’t exactly set the world on fire thus far, it’s scarcely the fault of Planet Mu Records who have been virtually the sole evangelical voice in the wilderness. Their curatorship of the genre over the past couple of years

Traxman ~ Da Mind Of Traxman

If Footwork hasn’t exactly set the world on fire thus far, it’s scarcely the fault of Planet Mu Records who have been virtually the sole evangelical voice in the wilderness. Their curatorship of the genre over the past couple of years