• FaltyDL: Phreqaflex EP

    FaltyDL - Phreqaflex

    Reviewed by Mike Coleman Source: (Fact Magazine)

    <b> FaltyDL </b> - Phreqaflex

    The latest essential 12” from the hyper-productive Planet Mu comes from New York’s FaltyDL. Both Falty’s debut album, Love is a Liability and subsequent Bravery EP displayed a talent for crafting his own unique take on an international spread of influences (garage and IDM amongst others), in what boils down to a skewed homage to his native New York.

    With this in mind it’s no surprise that Falty’s next two releases for the Mu camp share
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  • Dj Nate - Hatas Our Motivation

    DJ Nate - Hatas Our Motivation

    Reviewed by Chris Lawes Source: (Hyponik)

    <b> DJ Nate </b> - Hatas Our Motivation

    Footwork, a small, self contained dance scene, until recently restricted to a handful of colleges and public schools in Chicago, and it’s affiliated musical style juke has been generating a lot of interest in the UK’s music media lately. Helping the spread of this hyperactive bastard offspring of ghetto house, booty and hip-hop is 20 year old Nathan Clark AKA Heat Squad’s DJ Nate.

    Originally intended for use in his crew’s battles in
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  • FaltyDL does 2-Step

    FaltyDL - Phreqaflex

    Reviewed by Unknown Source: (Shoot Sucka)

    <b> FaltyDL </b> - Phreqaflex

    A little over a month ago I posted about FaltyDL, a producer from New York who’s at the forefront of the post-dubstep/post-funky/post-everything scene. His new Phreqaflex EP, a re-interpretation of 2-step, finally dropped on Planet Mu Records and it’s a great addition to his already stunning catalog of work. Full of punchy percussion, old school keyboard stabs, and mean, wobbly sub-bass, the title track settles into a funky groove right away and
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  • Oriol Night & Day

    Oriol - Night And Day

    Reviewed by Tomas Palermo Source: (XLR8R)

    <b> Oriol </b> - Night And Day

    There's a special rush one gets driving down the freeway en route to a club or concert on a Saturday night. White and red brake lights blink and glow in traffic, wind rushes by, and fluorescently lit buildings create a halo above the city. You arrive at the spot energized and ready to plunge into music. Oriol Singhji's debut for Planet Mu, Night and Day, takes you on that journey from twilight through sunrise on an album well suited for automobile
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