Nick Edwards' third LP for the UK label will come out in May.
Reflekzionz is experimental Bristol musician Nick Edwards' third album for the long-running UK label in the past year, following Four Track Mind and Unfidelity. Like its title implies, the record sees Edwards in a more wistful mood, and as with his recent Mu work it sheds some of the less accessible elements of his best-known work ("radiophonic sci-fi sounds, ancient drum machines and... post-punk bass or guitar" according to the label) in favour of more melodic sounds.
Planet Mu says that Reflekzionz "focuses on invoking a blurry, saturated false-memory of the leftfield electronica that was the soundtrack to his life in the early to mid-1990s," and pays tribute to influences like AFX and Cluster. As usual, you can listen to clips over at the Planet Mu website.
01. A Caustic Romance
02. Quakers Road Skank
04. Repeater (How Did It Feel?)
06. Midnight Cliffs
08. Dubnium 268
09. Canon's Marsh
10. Black Calkz
11. Saturation (Full Rinse)
12. Day In May