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You Don't Know Me

Release date: TBC Label: Wasted Words

"21st Century Blues : Deep widescreen electronica capturing the hopes, fears and claustrophobia of modern metropolitan life through Mukul's subtle, sexy musings. Massive Attack meets Blade Runner in Bombay."
Rahul Verma, Music Critic - Metro, The Independent, The Guardian, NME

The debut 12" by Mumbai's finest Mukul is a masterclass in trip-pop. Unnerving and creeping up on you like that monster from the cupboard, Mukul is a purveyor of the kind of paranoid rhymes and beat-poet atmospherics that you'd expect to soundtrack that club you were never allowed to visit as a kid; and now here he is, beckoning you and all the ill around you in.

As a pioneering local DJ, Mukul helped kickstart the breakbeat and later the ambient scene in his home country. Almost single-handedly, he brought the underground scene in India credibility and a forward-thinking approach, leading to a subsequent signing to SonyBMG in his home country. The wonderfully claustrophobic "You Don't Know Me" is his first release in the UK, and works as a taster for his forthcoming debut album "Stray", out early next year.

Track listing:

1. Howie B remix
2. Album Version
3. Happy Birthday

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