First new material from Mike Paradinas' µ-Ziq project since "Bilious Paths". This three track 12" contains live favourite "Ease Up" — a slow dubwise drum'n'bass/ breakcore cut that's been ending his sets nicely for the last 2 years — the halftime breakdown introduces a malevolent kick drum of immense proportions that drags the course of the track against its will into hardcore territory. "Wergle The Proud" brings back the famous Paradinas melody lines weaving and interacting like they've never been away: reminiscent of Lunatic Harness. The B-side contains the V.I.P mix of "Ease Up" — a 13 minute epic build up riffing on the original samples and bass which then break down into underwater dub melody and bass, slowly but expertly brought back up into 5 further melodic "movements".
this album has given me one of the most impactful musical experiences I've ever had. It was driving me crazy while I was listening to it, but somehow it managed to hook me, so I couldn't help but listen to it again and again and again. If it isn't art in its true form, then I don't know how to call it. Ivan Seal and The Caretaker, thank you for releasing this masterpiece. deebrok