Mux Mool blowing brains with Skulltaste LP on Ghostly
April 2, 2010 § Leave a comment
Man this guy is just crushing skulls all over with tracks on the Ghostly Swim LP, a sick remix of “Rhythm is a Dancer” (see below) and most recently this deadly LP on Ghostly. We can’t stop listening to this one in the office.. micro edit funk glitch with just the right amount of space to prep your ears for the next blast. Loving it. Ghostly does a nice job of describing the album as follows:
“I think beat-making is really the study of every kind of music,” says Brian Lindgren, the artist known as Mux Mool, “Anyone who makes beats should be experimenting in other genres.” On Skulltaste, Lindgren’s full-length debut on Ghostly International, the producer was determined to explore every corner of his beat-steeped psyche, and the resulting document is a masterpiece of eclectic cohesion: chunky instrumental hip-hop sits next to new-wave anthems and dubby dancefloor bangers, which abut skittery slices of D’nB and made-up video-game soundtracks. Skulltaste may cover a lot of ground, but Mux Mool pulls it off. He even makes it look easy.
Now here’s the really cool shit. Ghostly and Mux Mool have put this album up for FREE for your listening pleasure on RcrdLbl! Go listen and then stop by ghostly.com and drop a few bucks on the album. Totally worth it.