Mumdance Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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Two heavyweights of the scene step up to the decks together for this collaborative mix CD on Tectonic (the label of which Pinch is the boss). The track selection offers a great opportunity to hear a number of forthcoming Tectonic tracks for the first time, not to mention two fresh new collaborations between Pinch and Mumdance, never before heard.
Are you big on slugs? They’re dirty, they’re filthy, they’re grimey. And in all those senses, Big Slug is aptly named. Pinch & Mumdance collaborate with Riko Dan, crazy MC who spits nauseating lines over a minimalist glitchy beat. On the b-side Lucid Dreaming, expect unadulterated paranoid rave.
The power duo of production that is Pinch and Mumdance is back with a new pair of heavy-hitters. Operating at 140 and 128 beats per minute respectively, Control and Strobe Light are at once utilitarian dancefloor action pieces and layered with enticing details for close listening. 12” on the Tectonic label.
Mumdance & Logos
Looking back to look forward with Mumdance & Logos. Proto is the new 10 track full length from this power house collaboration. This one is an examination and total mutation of techno, house and jungle beats, rhythms and ideas from back in the day. They slow it down, pick it up, twist and trip it all the hell out. It's dark, hard and mesmerising. Out on double vinyl LP from Tectonic.
Two killer production duos collide on this double A-side 12”, creating a piece of wax that is truly dense with talent. Two tracks from Mumdance & Logos’ collaborative album Proto get remixed by the duo of Perc & Truss, who crank up the techno power to the max. Move Your Body / Hall Of Mirrors - Perc & Truss Remixes is out on Tectonic.
Dream team business here, with this 12" featuring Pinch, Mumdance and Logos. Last year's very popular Turbo Mitzi is back, this time as a VIP Double Barrelled Mitzi mix from the original pair of Pinch & Mumdance. On the B-side, Pinch reworks Mumdance & Logos' Legion. A really energetic 12" on Tectonic.
Super-fresh line-up at this show, part of the Recon Festival. Producer Mumdance heads up the bill, which also contains electro-acoustic noise / drone man Helm and the always wonderful Wanda Group. So you can expect a torrent of textured soundscapes, rounded off by some left-leaning raw dance jams. At Headrow House.
FABRICLIVE is always a much-welcomed arrival at Norman HQ. The series guarantees a funky two hour mix, or at least a window into the taste of some of our favorite musicians and producers. We are glad to announce that Mumdance’s part in the series is packed with estranging electronics as well as the occasional thumping bass.
A whole record of locked grooves! Surely an essential part of any record collection for novelty value alone? But more than that, these micro-tracks from Mumdance sound interesting enough to actually listen to hundreds of times in a row. Label Unknown To The Unknown recommends that they are used by “real DJs”, but methinks anyone could have fun with this.
Sometimes you’re dancing in some forlorn warehouse and you look around you, and you’re struck with a sudden realization: everybody looks like they’re having a seizure or a panic attack. With this piece of 12” vinyl, you are able to understand why: Pinch & Mumdance’s two new tracks are powerful pieces of 128bpm paranoia.