Massive thanks to the AIM (Association of Independent Music) for awarding Planet Mu “Best Small Label” and Jlin “Best Difficult Second Album” for Black Origami. Congratulations to all of this year’s winners! Take a look at the full list of AIM Awards 2017 below… http://www.musicindie.com/awards/ Thomas accepting the award at this year’s ceremony
Antwood (a.k.a. Canada's Tristan Douglas) returns to Planet Mu with his second album 'Sponsored Content'. The album is more reflective than his debut, last year's 'Virtuous.scr'. The relentless mood of the first album has given way to a more melodic, stripped out sound. It still shakes with speed and energy, but with more space, more moments of delicate sadness and strange cyborg pop. What comes to the fore in 'Sponsored Content' is Tristan's gift for melody, coupled with the uncanny feeling that somehow his strange music is an entire ecosystem of it’s own.
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Priority (ft. P Money)
Ziúr is one of the most exciting producers to come out of the fringes of Berlin club music in the last few years. A new generation is breaking out of the techno mould and creating in a spirit of freedom and experimentation, taking seemingly incompatible influences and balancing them into a new and exciting sound. […]