Mux Mool Presents Wax Rose Saturday EP; Tours North America This Fall; Fan Made Video For “Hog Knuckles”
[PROMO TRACK]: “Hog Knuckles (Alex B Remix)

[PROMO TRACK]: “Encaledus (Daso Remix)”

[FAN MADE VIDEO] “Wax Rose Saturday”

ARTIST: Mux Mool
ALBUM TITLE: Wax Rose Saturday EP
LABEL: Ghostly International / Moodgadget Records
FORMAT: Digital
RELEASE DATE: August 31, 2010

1. Wax Rose Saturday (Remux Edit)
2. Valley Girls
3. Skulltaste (Free The Robots Remix)
4. Enceladus (Daso Remix)
5. Morning Strut (Shigeto Remix)
6. Wolf Tone Symphony (Paul White Remix)
7. Lady Linda (Devonwho Edit)
8. Hog Knuckles (Alex B Remix)

Mux Mool’s music practically screams “open source.” There’s something in its scrappy, kitchen-sink construction and schizophrenic, grab-anything-that’s-around spirit that begs reinterpretation, recombining, remixing. Enter the Wax Rose Saturday EP, out today and the follow-up to Skulltaste, Brian Lindgren’s full-length debut as Mux Mool. Seven remixes, one new track, and endless insight into the fearless producer’s multi-faceted work.

It’s telling that Wax Rose Saturday’s opening track, Mux Mool’s “remux” of Skulltaste ’s “Wax Rose Saturday”, is barely a distant cousin of the original. Slinking around a sly piano sample with spiraling vocoder in tow, Mux’s new “Wax Rose” is the warm, analog answer to its blippy, bitcrushed source. Daso’s rerub of “Enceladus” is a standout, twisting the original’s winking disco workout into a nocturnal tech-house banger, all elastic basslines and dubby keys; Shigeto’s take on “Morning Strut” adds polyrhythmic percussion and hard-panned audio tricks to the track’s piano-led melancholy. Wax Rose Saturday ’s new track, the slow-burning “Valley Girls”, is classic Mux Mool, located somewhere between West Coast ‘90s hip-hop and Miami Vice. Wax Rose Saturday is available at The Ghostly Store, iTunes and other digital retailers now.

On another note, In this fan made action-packed video for Mux Mool’s “Hog Knuckles,” vintage Bruce Lee clips (and a few medieval sword-fights) match the track’s burbling electro strut shot for digital shot. The video’s creators overlay the chaos with Mux Mool’s signature skulls and video-game imagery, encapsulating the Brooklyn producer’s cut-and-paste aesthetic with the focus of a hundred-hand slap.

Lastly, Mux Mool is touring the states this fall.  Dates below.


09.18 Detroit, MI @ We Like Music Festival
09.22 Seattle, WA @ Decibel Festival (Ghostly International Showcase)
10.14 Syracuse , NY @ Wescott Theater
10.15 Buffalo, NY @ The Town Ballroom
10.16 Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Small’s Theater
10.17 Columbus , OH @ Newport Music Hall
10.19 Nashville, TN @ Exit/In
10.20 St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
10.21 Little Rock, AR @ Revolution Music Room
10.22 Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom
10.24 Flagstaff , AZ @ The Orpheum
10.27 Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
10.28 Crystal Bay, NV @ The Crown Room
10.29 San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
10.30 Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
10.31 Seattle , WA @ Showbox at The Market
11.02 Missoula , MT @ The Top Hat
11.03 Bozeman, MT @ Filling Station
11.04 Salt lake City, UT @ The State Room
11.05 Denver, CO @ Gothic Theater
11.09 Lawrence, KS @ Bottleneck
11.10 Omaha, NE @ Slowdown
11.11 Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall Ballroom
11.12 Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
11.13 Madison, WI @ Orpheum Theater
11.14 Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theater
11.18 Boston, MA @ House of Blues Boston
11.19 Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
11.20 Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
11.21 Northampton, MA @ Pearl Street

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