µ-Ziq - Tomato N'Vectif album
The full release with picture sleeve came out in April 1994. Intended as the companion album to Tango N'Vectif. -Ziq - Hector's House. -Ziq - Commemorative Pasta. -Ziq - Metal Thing Download. -Ziq - Twangle Frent. -Ziq - Make It Funky.
Tango n' Vectif is the debut studio album by British electronic music producer Mike Paradinas under the stage name µ-Ziq. It was released in November 1993 by Rephlex. The cover photo of the original release was taken by Richard D. James. Tango n' Vectif was re-released on 1 October 2001 as a double CD with additional tracks that were on the original vinyl and CD releases as well as the Phi 1700 single.
Bluff Limbo is the second album of British IDM Producer µ-Ziq and the follow-up to Tango N' Vectif. Bluff Limbo was placed at number 35 on the NME's list for best albums of 1994. Hector's House" – 4:26. Commemorative Pasta" – 4:37. Twangle Frent" – 7:06. Make It Funky" – 4:38. Organic Tomato Yoghurt" – 3:58.
-Ziq – Tango N' Vectif. Label: Rephlex – CAT 013 CD. Format: 2 CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered. Released in a standard double CD jewel case with an 8-page booklet. Booklet includes Mike Paradinas' album discography (-2001). Label: Rephlex – CAT 013. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album. This album was recorded in its entirety on Planet µ. Track times are not listed on the release itself.
Album · 1994 · 16 Songs. Organic Tomato Yoghurt. 3. Sick Porter 1. 5:15. Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique.
Artists µ-Ziq Tango n' Vectif. Tango n' Vectif µ-Ziq. This album has an average beat per minute of 133 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 119/160 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Tango n' Vectif.
Most of the material on Tango n' Vectif was composed well before its release, and in places, the album betrays its age. The granular fidelity sounds unrefined, and straightforward instrumental arrangements like those of the "Phragmal Synthesis" suite have long since fallen out of favor with the "intelligent" crowd. But nitpicking aside, Tango is by all measures a truly staggering album
Planet Mu boss Mike Paradinas, aka μ-Ziq, blends rare, unreleased archival material on this very special FACT mi. A few of these tracks were compiled and released on James’s Rephlex imprint in 1993 as Tango N’ Vectif, but Naughton’s interest in the project had already dried up by the time the album emerged.
NotesAvailable to download from µ-Ziq's Soundcloud page.
"This was on my RePhlex demo (along with Banana N'Vectif, Digeripropophlex, Hectors House, Auqeam etc.)"