New u-Ziq Album

2013-05-11 by MisterTornado | 14 Comments
Lately we've seen a number of pioneering IDM acts releasing new music (Squarepusher, Autechre, Boards of Canada) so it's only right that Planet Mu founder Mike Paradinas dusts off his legendary u-Ziq project. The new album, entitled Chewed Corners, will be out on June 25th on Planet Mu, and will mark the first new material from u-Ziq since 2007. The album will be preceeded by an EP, XTEP, out May 21st. So dust off your Artificial Intelligence compilations and slap those Windowlicker posters back up on your wall, because it's time to party like it's 1997!

http://www.tinymixtapes.com/news/planet-mu-to-release-new-%C2%B5-ziq-album-chewed-corners-on-june-25

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cagedescending
May 10th 2013
4124 Comments


woah

geasoftime
May 10th 2013
1138 Comments


Holy fucking shit is June a crazy month

Keyblade
May 11th 2013
16225 Comments


woah holy shit

MisterTornado
May 11th 2013
4507 Comments


should rule

TMobotron
May 11th 2013
7195 Comments


Sweet that somerset avenue release was a real nice listen as well.

StrangerofSorts
Staff Reviewer
May 11th 2013
2819 Comments


If it's anything like XTEP it'll be sweet.

MisterTornado
May 11th 2013
4507 Comments


have you already heard XTEP?

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
May 11th 2013
19586 Comments


sweet just got into this guy recently

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iamDIBBS
May 11th 2013
15 Comments


omgomgomgomgomgomgomg

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 12th 2013
31876 Comments


XTEP wasn't too bad, but pretty much sounded like what it was always going to sound like - a trailblazing act in the 90s lost in the electronic music explosion of the last couple of years. I saw this on FACT a week or so ago and kind of got excited, but I kind of get the feeling that Paradinas' best role right now is that of a mentor

StrangerofSorts
Staff Reviewer
May 12th 2013
2819 Comments


Yeh XTEP leaked about a week ago (I think).

It ain't perfect sure - but it's still really good.

MisterTornado
May 12th 2013
4507 Comments


"a trailblazing act in the 90s lost in the electronic music explosion of the last couple of years."

that's what i was afraid of. we'll see what happens though

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 13th 2013
31876 Comments


Just look at Squarepusher's last album

TMobotron
May 13th 2013
7195 Comments


Lol yeah I don't really have huge expectations for this but i'm still glad he's putting something out. Even if it blows Somerset still ruled.



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