Mule Musiq Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Tornado Wallace
We're Where We Were

Two years ago the only place you could buy 'We’re Where We Were' by Tornado Wallace was on CD from a particular clothes shop in Japan. Now the producer’s psychedelic Balearic beauty, which is split into two side-long parts, is getting a worldwide vinyl release as his debut release on Mule Musiq. That's nice of them.

Kuniyuki
Flying Music

Classic long-form dub-techno from Japanese artist Kuniyuki reissued on vinyl courtesy of Mule Musiq. There are three mixes to 'Flying Music' - the lead track incorporates the classic atmospheric pads with housey beats and some forlorn trumpet, while the 'Deep Poetry' mix over on the flip is available for the first time on vinyl. A rare chance to get this one on wax.
  • Vinyl LP (MuleMusiq264)
  • Preorder now (ships on release)
  • Limited edition

Aril Brikha
Prisma

Iranian-born Berlin-based producer Aril Brikha has been championed by Detroit legend Derrick May and likened to another Detroit legend, Robert Hood. His music has also drawn comparisons to Berlin's techno duo Basic Channel. He follows up his recent ambient album Dance of a Trillion Stars with the dance floor focused Prisma. On Mule Musiq.

Skymark
Primeiras Impressoes

Skymark is Italian producer, composer and general music obsessive Marc Friedli. He also co-runs Modern Sun Records. He has made music that has skipped through numerous genres - disco, fusion, house, latin, funk, soul - to name but a few. Here, on Mule Musiq, we have a reissue of his jazz album Primeiras Impressões.

Lawrence
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. 

Fumio Itabashi
Nature

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.

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.

Kuniyuki
Walking In The Naked City

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Kuniyuki
All These Things

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Aril Brikha
Pattern Recognition

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Fumio Itabashi
Watarase

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Secretsundaze
Cyber EP

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Kuniyuki & Fumio Itabashi
Once Again

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Kuniyuki
New Wave Project

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Lawrence
Yoyogi Park Remixed

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Lawrence
Yoyogi Park

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Oskar Offerman
Le Grand To Do

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Mouse On The Keys
Flowers Of Romance

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Koss
Silence

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Various
Enjoy The Silence Vol.3

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Lawrence
A Day In The Life

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DJ Sprinkles
Queerifications & Ruins, Vinyl Sampler 4

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Lawrence
Blue Mountain

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DJ Sprinkles
Vinyl Sampler Pt. 3

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DJ Sprinkles
Vinyl Sampler Pt. 1

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DJ Sprinkles
Vinyl Sampler Pt. 2

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DJ Sprinkles
Where Dancefloors Stand Still

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Roedelius
Selected Pieces 1990 To 2011

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DJ Sprinkles
Midtown 120 Blues

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Atom & Tobias
Grand Blue

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Snow Patrol
Shut Your Eyes (Naum Remix)

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Echologist
Dreadscapes

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