From the inner reaches of Scattermusic comes Mu-Gen, with his own distinctive brand of warped, percussive, distorted and slightly mad club music. After playing a pivotal role in the Melbourne club scene for the last fifteen years, playing festivals, touring abroad, running club nights, and contributing to numerous side projects, Fizzdom represents his first and well overdue solo release. The result, an unruly beast where marching snares collide with fragments of dancehall toasts, non-regulation lasers, mile-deep kick drums and atmospheric disturbances. Fizzdom is a lethal club weapon bound for packed and sweaty dance floors around the globe, having already gained support from respected DJ’s such as Dave Nada, Sinden and Neoteric.
Remix duties are correctly handled by Munchi (NTL) who slows down the tempo while turning up the heat to create a certified heavy moombahton thriller, Sam Tiba (FRA) who shifts things into a more slightly stable yet none the less freaky club stomper and Mexico’s Maria y José flips that whole deal into a grinding, psychedelic, cumbia rave anthem.