Mule Musiq is a Japanese label based in Tokyo. Mule Musiq have released records from DJ Sprinkles, Kuniyuki Takahashi, Echologist, Kuniyuki, Culoe De Song, Oskar Offermann, Christopher Rau, Lawrence, Auntie Flo, Eduardo De La Calle and many more.
With less than a month to go until Farr Festival, Jacques Bon provides a potent mix of deep house, psychedelic disco, church bells and experimental electronics giving us a hint at his highly anticipated deejay set at Farr Festival.
Today we are proud to present the premiere of Tonight Will Be Fine’s track ‘Elephant Island’, which perfectly embodies the soul of their debut album, rich with melancholic vocals, sweeping acoustic guitars and other exotic instruments.
We are proud to premiere Gonno’s Boiler Room performance in Tokyo. An artist who drifts from classic nineties house through deep analogue techno into emotional electronic with effortless ease, stepping between moods where lesser people would spend a lifetime blinkered into mastering just one.
Oskar Offermann’s second album ‘Le Grand To Do’ delves into the delicate house terrain of Mule Musiq auteurs Lawrence and DJ Sprinkles. Such comparisons are fitting for an album that is a worthy addition to the Mule cannon.
For his new album”Remember The Life Is Beautiful”, Gonno has reclaimed the almost forgotten poetic art of a ‘musical journey’ and produced 10 tracks that unite ambient, techno, house and other musical styles into a mesmerising sonic trip.
Like so many genres, the deep house album creates a contemplative space within the listener’s mind encouraging them to introspect, to tune in and switch on. In order to showcase the effect, this series of articles will chart the last five years of deep house music, picking one album from each year.