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Boomkat Product Review:
Planet Mu boss Mike Paradinas's third set of new material this year, "Hello" is the mirror image of "Goodbye" and harks back to some of his beloved early material, with saccharine melodies and tight, choppy breaks.
When Mike P released "Goodbye" in April, it was refreshing to hear him revisit themes he hadn't approached since 1997's "Lunatic Harness", his breakout album that turned 25 this year. "Hello" features additional material that hovers around the same basic idea, continuing to update the formula he perfected a quarter century ago.The title track puts our heads back in an electronic music landscape that's all but dried out, with chunky breaks, weepy (yet rousing) melodies and slightly off-key vocals that scream µ-Ziq louder than 'Brace Yourself Jason' on 11.
A third version of 'Magic Pony Ride' finishes the trilogy in fine style, but it's the most off-piste tracks that give us the most pause. 'Green Chaos' is a nod to RP Boo that shows Paradinas' adeptness with footwork, and 'Modulating Angels' turns up the producer's spooky vocal work and matches it with doomy and impressively tight d&b chops. Nae bad at all.