MML034 / COPPICE HALIFAX & FOAMEK / LUSH Q TRAX II
Held up via several delayed processes in the last 2-3 months, this little sequel EP is finally here! For those of you who liked the first split with Foamek I did, here's another 21 minutes of funky ambient techno bliss. This time it's slightly more influenced by minimal and dub techno, with the exception of "Marsh Acid", which is probably the most dancefloor-friendly Coppice Halifax track ever recorded. Packaged up in cute soft-plastic mini-cases with pastel colored card inserts and a big blue Q stamped in ink! The first Lush Q release flew off the shelves so don't wait around too long if you want this, it's bound to disappear pretty fast!
MML039 / BRIAN GRAINGER & JOHN-PAUL KRAMER
A massive slab of bleak drone improvisations stretched across desolate landscapes, recorded almost completely live in the space of one exhausting week at Milieu Music HQ. Four extended pieces on two economically-friendly discs inside a stylish plastic-wallet case, this record is definitely going to appeal to fans of VCV, or albums like "Autumn Soil Feedback", "Porch" or "Porous Variations". Heavy, soft, near and distant all at once. Dense decaying music for nighttime headphone listening! Limited to 100 copies.
MML042 / BRIAN GRAINGER / RED ANTHELION
Imagine yourself walking blindfolded through a grove filled with cherry trees. It's a windy night, and the more you walk the closer you get to a calm, open clearing where muted bell-tones waft through the air, and the coolness of the temperature is just enough to be pleasant. Somewhere off in the distance, you can hear scrambled radio signals...maybe other people elsewhere in this cherry grove with you...you decide that it's not important, lay down in the tall grass and doze off listening to the sounds around you.