• Milanese - Adapt

    Reviewed by Chain D.L.K

    Milanese - Adapt

    What a name?!…and what a release!! For non-Italians readers: a “Milanese” is a an habitant of Milan, this Milanese instead comes from England and only hell knows where he’s found out this funny moniker. The cover may look naive but you can’t even imagine how it embodies vividly the essence of the music featured on the cd until you’ve heard it. “Adapt” is a rhythmical release where “negritudo” and “africanism” are pumped at their maximum level.
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  • µ-Ziq - Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

    Reviewed by The Wire

    <b> µ-Ziq </b> - Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

    Mike Paradinas's latest release as Mu-Ziq was 2003's Bilious Paths, a coruscatingly inventive collection of music. That album not only confirmed that Paradinas was closely monitoring developments in two-step Garage and Grime; it also demonstrated that he was as capable as ever of bending new genres to his will. The thrilling hybrids that animated Bilious Paths influenced a new genration of producers, and helped to establish Planet Mu as a haven for dubstep auteurs
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  • µ-Ziq - Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

    Reviewed by the silent ballet

    <b> µ-Ziq </b> - Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

    Score: 7.5/10

    When μ-Ziq's new album leaked on the internet, it spread like a forest fire among the IDM crowd. Many of them seemed a bit peeved at the drill n' bass pioneer. "What the fuck is this shit?!" Amongst the dismayed crowd rang out the chants of "this is so disappointing,” the classic "I was expecting something good,” and the “Hey, it's free LEGALLY PURCHASED at least... right?” And then it appeared: accusations that maybe this album is a
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  • µ-Ziq - Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

    Reviewed by warpmart

    <b> µ-Ziq </b> - Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

    Stripped back variations on themes and sonics on Mike 'Mr Planet-Mu'Paradinas's first album in four years. Is this really a concept album? A man on the cover lays with his brain smashed on a road somewhere near Gloucester and the album and song titles seem to hint at very difficult feelings. However the music seems to have been created as Panacea to the feelings hinted at in the titles, gentle pastoral ambient techno that gently unfolds, each track fairly short, no
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