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.
The scene will never be the same with the loss of so many legends as of late, but after a brief scrape with death himself, DJ Nate goes back to the beginning and proves the saying that “constant repetition carries conviction.”
Silk Road Assassins have unlocked the inherent but underused therapeutic properties of trap and grime production, refined to the point of purity and elevate their value to the point of becoming music that can sit comfortably alongside any contemporary sub-genre of electronica.
Silk Road Assassins have built themselves a piece of art in ‘State of Ruin’ – their debut LP on Planet Mu. We caught up with them to discuss their new album and troubleshoot some potential saving graces for when 2019 goes down the pan.
Does the party end when the music stops? Not if you’re Konx-om-Pax, Planet Mu’s audio visual artist with a flair for capturing every flavour of the conceivable rave experience with his works for the eyes and ears.
Tom Scholefield’s music sounds like the work of someone who is used to visual forms of expression; analogue tones distinguish it from his animations which are often characterised by a digital sheen, but the album nonetheless lends itself to an almost synesthetic experience.