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Kuniyuki & Fumio Itabashi
Once Again

Now on vinyl for the first time, ‘Once Again’ from the 2009 album Walking in The Naked City is versatile producer Kuniyuki Takahashi’s collaboration with acclaimed jazz pianist Fumio Itabashi and German producer Henrik Schwarz (providing vocals) to create a clattering,...view item »

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 ...view item »

Fumio Itabashi

Watabase is a solo piano record from Fumio Itabashi, a rightful legend of Japanese jazz. Released in 1982, Watabase features some very nimble and spiritual interpretations of compositions by the likes of Dollar Brand and Vernon Duke, with Itabashi’s music...view item »

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 d...view item »

Yoyogi Park Remixed

The recent Lawrence album Yoyogi Park gets taken apart and put back together again in yet more dancefloor friendly forms by a brace of German producers. Roman Flugel, Lake People, and Kettenkarussell all contribute (the last one twice), with electro, deep house and elec...view item »

Yoyogi Park

Lawrence has a knack for both ambient and deep house productions, and Yoyogi Park, the third in a trilogy of albums for the Mule Musiq label, pairs his very fine array of smooth textures with a high-momentum dancefloor undercurrent. CD and double LP editions, each with original artwork from Stefan Marx....view item »

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 ha...view item »

Oskar Offerman
Le Grand To Do

Oskar Offerman (known for releases on White and Riverette in the last few years) presents a barrage of recent material, taking in house and techno influences and redirecting them through his defiantly basic recording set-up. The result, Le Grand To Do, is a busy set of smart floor-fillers. CD or double LP on the Mule Mu...view item »

Mouse On The Keys
Flowers Of Romance

Mouse On The Keys are three Japanese piano players who also play some drums on Flowers Of Romance. They create driving jazz pieces which often has some frantic drumming along with some guest musicians with horns and strings. The whole album was recorded in a live, collaborative manner and you get the sense of ex...view item »


Koss is not your average crazy Japanese electronic composer. He takes it beyond all that. Seamlessly mixing contemporary classical music with jazz progressions and ethereal synthesizes, his solo effort is a testament to his piano and composition skills. Thank goodness that Silence doesn't do its title justice....view item »

Enjoy The Silence Vol.3

On the sleeve a line drawing of a very pleasant looking arse, within the CD are several forms of unsettling vaguely neo-classical electronica. Hauschka opens the thing up with a couple of minutes of his oddball piano composition; discordant jazzy electronica from Petre Inspir...view item »

A Day In The Life

Lawrence, who is actually called Peter Kersten but never you mind, is set to release the follow-up to his last effort, 'Film & Windows'. Lawrence has managed to face the contradiction of the genres he works in by approaching each and every one with the same gentility and respect, and on 'A Day In The Life' his ambient composit...view item »

I'm Starting To Feel OK Vol. 6 – 10 Years Edition - Pt 2

From the always positive Mule Musiq label in Tokyo comes a varied compilation I'm Starting To Feel OK Vol. 6 – 10 Years Edition - Pt 2. Spanning two slabs of wax this diverse selection dips its considerable toe into the spectrum from ambient to disco. Difficult to pin down and all the better for it. Out on 2LP vinyl from Mule Musi...view item »

DJ Sprinkles
Queerifications & Ruins, Vinyl Sampler 4

DJ Sprinkles is the moniker of Terre Thaemlitz, a house musician based in Japan with an interest in gender identity, intersectionality and the aims of underground scenes. This is the fourth sampler in a series that collect tunes from Thaemlitz's remix compilation, 'Queerifications & Ruins', which is released by Mule ...view item »

Blue Mountain

Lifting you up and out with Lawrence. Blue Mountain has four delicious slices of dance from the German producer. These tracks are total winter warmers, wrapping you up in a cloud of earthy synths, subtle percussive beats and walls of ambient wellness from the fountain of house & tech. This ones o...view item »

DJ Sprinkles
Queerifications & Ruins: Collected Remixes By DJ Sprinkles

Terre Thaemlitz is a fairly radical activist speaker on all things queer and transgender, always doing some kind of workshop or other.  I previously had her down as one of those people, ripe with ideas, fighting against mainstream values and ideals but never achieving much of listenability with ...view item »

DJ Sprinkles
Vinyl Sampler Pt. 1

I like a bit of a DJ Sprinkles. Having discovered him via the magnificent reissue of the classic ‘Midtown 120’, it turns out that he makes a kind of airy, melodic house music invented seemingly just for me. This is a 12” teaser for his upcoming, exciting looking compilation of remixes ‘Queerifications and Ruins&rs...view item »

DJ Sprinkles
Midtown 120 Blues

This is a re-issue of a 2009 album by Sprinkles (actually campaigner, sound manipulator and theorist Terre Thaemlitz) which is a tribute to the 42nd Street New York trans clubs destroyed by Walt Disney’s buyout of Times Square. Not that you can ...view item »