• Kid Spatula - Full Sunken Breaks

    Reviewed by Skip Tracer (playlouder.com)

    Kid Spatula - Full Sunken Breaks

    It's a full 7 years since Mike Paradinas delivered his debut µ-Ziq album. Far from taking his lead from Leftfield, Stereo MCs or the Stone Roses, however, Paradinas has subsequently averaged 2 albums a year ever since. This, his second as Kid Spatula, represents album no. 13 and, as you would expect from any of his various aliases (Jake Slazenger, Gary Moscheles, Tuscan Raiders, Mike & Rich, Slag Boon Van Loon and, of course, µ-Ziq), it's an album
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  • Kid Spatula - Full Sunken Breaks

    Reviewed by john bush (all music guide)

    Kid Spatula - Full Sunken Breaks

    More than four years after the first Kid Spatula album, Mike Paradinas revisited the alias with Full Sunken Breaks, a treasure chest of what sounds like outtakes from the 1999 µ-Ziq LP Royal Astronomy, plus a few tracks that didn't quite suit the flavor of his other full-lengths. Perhaps it's just over-appreciation of the quality of material Paradinas relegates to his indie-label side projects, but several tracks here sound much better than those
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  • kid spatula - full sunken breaks

    Kid Spatula - Full Sunken Breaks

    Reviewed by sheikh ahmed (absorb.org)

    Kid Spatula - Full Sunken Breaks

    just when you thought it was safe to relax, thinking you knew all about mike 'µ-ziq' paradinas' repertoire. how his excellent 'royal astronomy' blended sweet classical music with all that nasty electronic toughage and how you'd would put up with it just for the nice bits. well he's back under an old alias and i'll guarantee you'll run for cover.

    while the rest of us are made of sterner stuff and can put up with the opening catchy and
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