• Slag Boom Van Loon - Slag Boom Van Loon

    Reviewed by Laird Sheldahl (the-plague.com)

    Slag Boom Van Loon - Slag Boom Van Loon

    Being the side project of Mike Pardinas (u-zik) and Jochem Paap (Speedy J), you know this has to be good. It opens up like a big, wet, psychedelic tune from the Legendary Pink Dot's Maria Dimension and then travels into some strange realm of sound design. At times its easy to pick out Paradinas' beats and melodies run through Paap's effects processors-- the combination works out most excellently. Slag Boom Van Loon is more textural and less rhythmic
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  • Slag Boom Van Loon - Slag Boom Van Loon

    Reviewed by Brian J.Dillard Source: (Armchair DJ)

    Slag Boom Van Loon - Slag Boom Van Loon

    One might have expected this team-up between electronic prankster Mike "Mu-ziq" Paradinas and breakbeat convert Jochem "Speedy J" Paap to end in abject failure. After all, a similar collaboration between Paradinas and like-minded experimentalist Richard D. James produced little inspiration but plenty of tiresome pastiche. More to the point, Mu-ziq's 1997 remix of Speedy J's "Ni Go Snix" was a tedious cacophony. Instead of studio sniggering or art-school
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