01 Xid 02 Anm 03 Ruh 04 Obeye 05 Maki3 06 Etop 07 Imperat 08 Lu Herva started to work on ‘Seez’ right after the release of his last Planet Mu album ‘Hyper Flux’ back in 2017. He was experimenting with home-made hardware and after the album release wanted to raise the bar, challenging himself to build a point-to-point mixer from […]
Lunatic Harness, µ-Ziq’s rare and sought-after fourth album, was originally released in July 1997 on Virgin’s Hut Recordings label. It is generally considered to be Mike Paradinas’s best work of the nineties. An Apple Music review describes Lunatic Harness as “the prettiest album to come out of the mid-’90s “drill’n’bass movement”, noting that Paradinas eschewed […]
Isoviha was recorded four years ago, inspired by ideas that Sasu Ripatti (aka Vladislav Delay) had been reflecting on for a long time. This album is a counterpart to his two Rakka albums which were a personal reflection on the nature and sound-world of the northern Arctic wilderness, 1000 kilometres north of where he lives on the Finnish island […]
Lonely (ft. DJ Paypal)
Planet Mu welcomes back owner Mike Paradinas (a.k.a. µ-Ziq) for ‘Magic Pony Ride’, an album of joyful, melodic, jungle-inspired music, and his first LP of new material on the label since 2013. The title reflects the childlike wonder of the album, happy melodies are foregrounded, wordless vocals bounce and echo while sounds bubble and sparkle. Paradinas […]
Basic Rhythm returns to his Jungle roots for his final release with Planet Mu. Harking back to the golden era of the mid 90s, but with a contemporary slant, Basic Rhythm hands in three dance floor killers, with a remix from the grim reaper himself, Loxy. The titular track, Cool Down The Dance, opens with […]
Boundary Object (video)
Planet Mu presents ‘ADDLE’ – Bogdan Raczynski’s first album of new music in 15 years. Marking a change from the high-octane jungle tekno braindance for which he is most commonly known, here we find the Polish American musician in a more melodic and zen-like place of peace, which is ergonomic and decluttered, whilst also bittersweet and tinged with melancholy.