• Ra - Ev.Panic Redone

    Reviewed by Boomkat

    <b> Ra </b> - Ev.Panic Redone

    Limited Picture Disc! Ra is the alias of Parisian producer Raoul Sinier, who you may already know from his work on the Sublight label. This release compiles an assortment of remixes of his 'Ev.Panic' missive, including contributions from dDamage, label boss Mu-Ziq and the tirelessly prolific Venetian Snares. The aforementioned Mr Snares takes the road most travelled and predictably knocks the heck out of the original in the most obscenely
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  • Shitmat - Grooverider

    Reviewed by One Week To Live

    <b> Shitmat </b> - Grooverider

    Henry 'Shitmat' Collins drops by to say hello with his latest Planet Mu release, the aural Ebola-inducing B-ton rave-up that is 'Grooverider'. Slightly more junglist than some of his other works, the sermon of mashcore still delivers an epileptic... (was that just Briney Spears ripped up in there?) spasm attack of a record. Neverless , this one isn't as brutal nor as novelty as you might expect Brighton's most performance mashcore artist might
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  • Neil Landstrumm - Restaurant Of Assassins

    Reviewed by Subba-Cultcha

    Neil Landstrumm - Restaurant Of Assassins

    Electronic guru mutates techno and hijacks dubstep with a rave hardcore mix

    A pioneer of the electro scene since the early nineties and a techno innovator Neil Landstrumm experiments across all genres of electronic dance music. Continuing his foray into what some call “wonky” techno he gives us a mix of dubstep, rave and hardcore on his new album ‘Restaurant of Assassins,’ released on Planet Mu.


    Landstrumm constructs his
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  • Neil Landstrumm - Restaurant Of Assassins

    Reviewed by Boomkat

    Neil Landstrumm - Restaurant Of Assassins

    Neil Landstrumm has left his techno roots behind for this rather excellent new album for Planet Mu, honing his low-end dexterity for a collection of far-flung dubstep/rave/hardcore variations that cumulatively make for quite possibly the finest release in his long and illustrious career to date. "Kids Wake Up" starts the album as it means to go on, a true Hardcore aesthetic informing not only Landstrumm's sample selection but also his masterful use of
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