Midnight In Tokyo Vol. 1

Title Midnight In Tokyo Vol. 1

At mule musiq, we’ve focused on shining light on the many aspects of what electronic music can be, putting out house, techno and ambient releases on our main label, while releasing alternative-leaning dance music through our endless flight imprint. but with the launch of our new label, studio mule, we are stepping away from electronic club music for a bit. the label will not be tied to a specific genre, as we will instead focus on releasing any kind of music that we feel is a little bit different and interesting, but somehow make sense in this day and age. for our first batch of releases, we will be focusing on japanese music.

To be honest, i have been watching the recent rise of global interest in japanese music with a skeptical eye, not sure of how to feel about all these labels overseas licensing great albums that were birthed in our country. but then, i was told by somebody i greatly respect that i should do something similar with mule, and put our own spin on it, which sounded like a good idea to me. after a period of procrastination, i finally got around to doing it. we are starting things off with a compilation of japanese disco, boogie and soul music that we selected from a modern dance music perspective — the kind of songs that we feel would intrigue music fans across the world.

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A1. Nobuo Yagi – Mi Mi AfricaA2. Nobuyuki Shimizu – Silver SpotA3. Piper – Samba NightB1. Haruko Kuwana – Akogareno SundownB2. Aru Takamura – Koi Wa SaikouB3. Hitomi Tohyama – Love Is The CompetitionB4. Homma Express –What The Magic Is To TryC1. Colored Music – Colored MusicC2. Shohjo–Tai & Red Bus St Project – Electric CityC3. Yumi Murata – KrishnaD1. Eri Ohno – Live Hard, ,live FreeD2. Minnie – Rocket 88D3. Shoody – Tokyo Melody


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