Berlin-based experimentalist, futurist and producer Ziúr returns to Planet Mu with her second album ‘ATØ’ – a portal to worldwide change, it is as vibrant as the unapologetic and unwavering musical landscape of Berlin.
Lara Rix-Martin marks her first album release on Planet Mu with an eerie ode to the changing seasons on ‘Sleepmoss’. Awash with field recordings and natural ambient tones, Sleepmoss sets a new precedence for Rix-Martin’s work as an artist and her role as commentator to the winds and rain.
Showing off his knack for carving out lushly nuanced, immersive alien ambiences, Tala Drum Corps lays down a mix full of post-nu agey ’90s synthetic lustre, oddball ambient house dynamics and further leftfield acid divagations.
Devi here offers some interesting updates on her earlier ideas: while ‘DNA Feelings’ set up a calmer, static kind of motion tied with bold storytelling qualities, ‘S.L.F.’ finds her confidently revving up the engines onto further club-friendly horizons.
Russian producer Ol steps up on LA-based imprint Motion Ward with seven deeply absorbing tracks that ride the line between ambient and dub techno, creating a coherent microverse of leftfield electronics.