London's Mike Paradinas is a massively influential figure within the electronic music community. Best known for his works under the μ-Ziq alias, he released his debut album in 1993, played a pioneering role in the emergence of the drill'n'bass and IDM electronic music genres in the 1990s alongside his close friend and collaborator Aphex Twin, and he continues to add to his stacked discography to this day. Mike is also the founder, curator, and creative driving force behind Planet Mu Records, a highly-revered label well-known for being a vanguard of progressive electronic music. His exclusive guest DJ mix for Midnight in a Perfect World is an immersive journey through his label's cutting-edge experimental sound that touches upon abstract ambient passages, cinematic club beats, instrumental grime bangers, frenetic juke/footwork rhythms, and more. A mixture of recently released tracks alongside a grip of forthcoming/unreleased cuts, this is a proper introduction to the Planet Mu sound.
|Midnight in a Perfect World||Intro|
|Obsequies||But Beautiful ...|
|Claude Speeed||KRT Ancestor Simulation|
|Claude Speeed||Invocation Of The Spirit Of RUSSIA|
|Mr. Mitch||Our Love (Tarquin Remix)|
|Claude Speeed||CGI Man|
|Mr. Mitch||VPN (feat. Palmistry) (Mechatok Remix)|
|Neana On The Trak||Video Cotes B|
|Basic Rhythm||Buss It|
|Basic Rhythm||Cool Down|
|Renick Bell||Fractal Beats 160901a|
|RP Boo||Work The Flow!|
|RP Boo||Back From The Future|
|Jana Rush||Beat Maze (Basic Rhythm Remix)|
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