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All These Things

Japanese DJ and producer Kuniyuki recorded his fourth album, All These Things, in 2007. It was only ever released on CD. The album mixes jazz, fusion, electronic music and world music. The album includes a number of guests including percussionist and singer, Omar Guaindefall, singer, Josee Hurlock trumpeter, Shuichiro Sakaguchi and Alex From Tokyo reading poetry.
  • Vinyl Double LP (MULE MUSIQ 248)
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Black Cats

15 years! Imagine doing the same thing for 15 years! I mean, that's not as old as Norman Records but still... it's impressive. To celebrate fifteen years Mule Musiq are releasing 12 12"s from their friends and loved ones. Number six, Black Cats, comes from Lawrence, who creates very atmospheric tracks using mellow piano and skipping bass. 

Cyber EP

After many years of DJing, putting on parties and running the Secretsundaze label the duo of James Priestley & Giles Smith are now starting to show off their production skills. Following on from the Still Hope EP that came out on Phonica back in June the pair release Cyber. This EP sees the title track done three ways - the deep ‘House Pass’, the Danielle Baldelli-esque ‘Cosmic Slide’ and the Floating Points-aping ‘Ambient Sax Mix’. Good stuff.
  • Vinyl 12" (MULEMUSIQ230)
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Fumio Itabashi

Fumio Itabashi's many attempts to transcend a jazz idiom are fully on display on the excellent Nature, where he uses his piano to lead a band of  renowned Japanese players. This reissue firmly cements him as one of the country's greatest jazzers, mixing jittery movement with lyrical melodies for a record that feels both respectful of its tradition and keen to move on with it.

New Wave Project

Japanese producer Kuniyuki Takahashi (DRP, Double K, Saikoss) has had releases on Soundofspeed and Nitelist but his true home is Mule Musiq. Returning for his latest full length of his blending of future jazz and deep house to follow on from his EP of the same name. It’s deep house but with irregular sound sources blurring the lines somewhat.
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  • Mule Musiq

Tonight Will Be Fine
Elephant Island

Tonight Will Be Fine is the name that erstwhile collaborators Julius Steinhoff and Abdeslam Hammouda use for their acoustic-only project. After having worked in the realms of dance music for some time, it seems the duo are happy working with banjos and tablas and hushed vocals for Elephant Island. Out on Mule Musiq.