Terrific EP, though the last track, "De Balkons," is cut from other cloth and doesn't quite jell with what precedes it. "Seaweed" alone is worth the price of admission.
Favorite track: Seaweed.
On Mix Mup's first outing on meakusma, he once again delves deep into abstracted, bleeped-out house music. His characteristically playful and quirky sound has gained him a loyal following amongst those looking for grooves that are as smooth as they are chopped up. So here come three tracks aimed at adventurous dancefloors and one soulful, ambientish track to top it all off. Mix Mup's gentle and funk- and soul-induced madness is his claim to dance music freedom.
For a few years now, Mix Mup has been in cahoots with Kassem Mosse, releasing the highly acclaimed collaborative effort MM/KM on The Trilogy Tapes. He has furthermore released his unique brand of off kilter club music on Hinge Finger and Mikrodisko.
This new 12inch sees him develop his style even more, playing around with space and structure. Not straightforward, but ever keen on showing process, these four tracks are all beautiful house music miniatures that surpass readymade consumption, their unspokenness being their loudest plea.
released April 24, 2015
Mastering : Rashad Becker
Peinture : L.Lindner
Layout : Francine Midori
Distribution via Clone
supported by 7 fans who also own “Beach Hotel De Haan”
Huerco S.’ dusty and “improvised but premeditated” production never seems to fail and Untitled is an amazing example.
From the provocative Press On to the trip of Untitled, this EP is too much. Bongani Zulu