Mux Mool is bad ass. I kind of randomly ended up on some of his music and really liked then was like man I wanna see this guy live then was on facebook and saw something that he was going to be in Austin like 2 weeks from when I had that thought. So that was like awesome. Get your tickets at C3
His music is like epic soundscape with bad ass beats, it sounds like each song is a story but a story to dance to. Again I’m not very good at describing in words what my ears hear but thats the best I can do right now. I really like the song hog knuckles from the album Skulltaste
“combines the hyper soul sampling of Kanye West or Dipset producers Heatmakerz with a bubbling psychedelia reminiscent of J Dilla’s spacier moments” – Pitchfork
An amazing night of bass heavy dance music and supreme production from three of the best in the game.
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“I know it’s electronic music,” Brian Lindgren says, “but sometimes I feel like an old-timey traveling musician with an M-Audio Trigger Finger instead of a guitar.” As Mux Mool, Lindgren has been criss-crossing the country by himself for years, collecting records, loops, and samples, and rocking parties in towns both large and boondock-small. Lindgren is a self-confessed nerd to the bone, an incurable doodler, a Star Trek: The Next Generation fan; he lives on energy drinks and barely sleeps, spending his days working on music and his nights absorbing Internet memes by the hard-drive load. Mux Mool’s homespun electro hip-hop is the product of an introverted mind, an extroverted imagination, and a bottomless cultural appetite.
One of the founding members of Austin’s very own APPLIED PRESSURE collective. DJ sets are always on that raw and filthy tip, and armed with music spanning the globe. Deep and knowledgeable.
Combination of heavy beats, psych rock, and riot shit.