Just yesterday, Brian Lindgren, better known by his stage name Mux Mool, released his highly anticipate sophomore album Planet High School, a ten-song album that employs the artist's hip hop instrumentation to the highest degree. The album sees Mux Mool deploying hip hop drum beats with overtones of excellent looping, synthesized goodness, and chopped up and disparate vocals. Courtesy of The Fader, the entire album is available to stream in its entirety below.
Planet High School is available now digitally, with a physical release date set for March 6th.
Our buddy Mux Mool returns with another track off his sophomore LP Planet High School, the follow up to last year's awesome album Skulltaste. Peep the tune "Raw Gore" courtesy of the folks over at Stereogum and make sure you check out the first track from the new album, "Palace Chalice" here.
Planet High School drops next year on 2/7 via Ghostly International. Make sure you put it on your must have list for next and check out Mux at some of his upcoming shows posted below.
12/09 – Ann Arbor, MI @ The Blind Pig 12/28 – Los Angeles, CA @ Low End Theory† 12/29 – Tahoe, CA @ Snowball Festival 12/30 – San Francisco, CA @1015 Folsom* 12/31 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
One of our favorite remixers, Darren Williams aka Star Slinger has just debuted his first official single "Dumbin'" on Green Label Sound. The single features Reggie B, whom Wiliams had in mind while he was producing the song.
Star Slinger will be hitting the road in North America with Shlohmo and SKOA favorite Mux Mool. Have a look at dates after you've grabbed "Dumbin'" for yourself below:
September 29 Fortune Sound Club, Vancouver BC $ 30 Crocodile Cafe, Seattle WA (Decibel Festival) $
October 1 Holocene, Portland OR $ 4 The Jambalaya, Arcata CA $ 5 Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz CA $ 6 Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco CA $ 7 Troubadour, Los Angeles CA $ 8 Casbah, San Diego CA $ 9 Rhythm Room, Phoenix AZ $ 10 Plush, Tucson AZ $ 12 Beauty Bar, Austin TX $ 13 Cambridge Room, House of Blues, Dallas TX $ 14 Bardot, Miami FL 15 One Eyed Jacks, New Orleans LA $ 16 The Engine Room, Tallahassee FL $ 17 Will’s Pub, Orlando FL $ 19 Drunken Unicorn, Atlanta GA # 20 New Earth Music Hall, Athens GA # 21 The Pour House, Charleston SC # 22 The Garage, Asheville NC # 23 King’s Barcade, Raleigh NC # 25 U Street Music Hall, Washington DC # 26 The Arch, Philadelphia PA # 28 Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY # 29 Brighton Music Hall, Allston MA # 30 Castaways, Ithaca NY #
November 1 Il Motore, Montreal QC # 2 Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto ON # 3 Blind Pig, Ann Arbor MI # 4 Lincoln Hall, Chicago IL # 5 University of Wisconsin, Madison WI #
Mux lets loose a fresh ass remix of Smokey Robinson's classic "Baby Baby Don't Cry" for all to enjoy. Take a listen to it below and click the down arrow on the player to add it your music libary. Mux also released the mastered version of his latest album Drum EP 2 via Ghostly, make sure you pick that up on iTunes or wherever you purchase digital tunes.
Peep another track from Rhymesayers' Record Store Day compilation from P.O.S. and Mux Mool. This sweet but short track is a demo version of Mux's single "Hog Knuckles" from his debut LP Skulltasteand includes SKoA favroite, P.O.S. jumping on the instrumental dropping some fresh rhymes. This track marks the second surfaced collaboration from Mux and Stef, some of you may remember that two hooked up before on Midwest emcee Prof's mixtape Recession Music on the track "Broadcasting" which was a remix of Mux Mool's Death "9000." The track also appeared on Mux's EP Viking Funeral as well as P.O.S. Meat Tape 2 mixtape.
The duo are currently in the works of a new collaborative EP, hopefully setting to drop sometime this year. Mux Mool recently posted 2 new beats in progress on his Soundcloud page which could well be featured on the EP or on his upcoming follow up LP. You can check out the demo track below and the new beats after the jump.
Alpha Pup Records' artist Take get the remix treatment for their latest album Only Mountain. The remix album Only Mountain: The Remixes features 16 tracks remixed by standout artists like Tokimonsta, Anenon, Dibiase, Shigeto, Leonard Dstroy, Eliot Lipp, Low Limit and more. One of those artists includes SKoA favorite Mux Mool who flips the track "If We All Don't Go Insane." Check the song out below and then head to your nearest digital retailer to pick up the album.