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MUM - Mum album art MUM Mum (Album) Klein Records Austria 2000 Sell This Version
MUM - The Szabotnik 15 Mission album art MUM The Szabotnik 15 Mission (Album) Klein Records Austria 2002 Sell This Version

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MUM - Duke Cut album art MUM Duke Cut (Single, EP) Klein Records Austria 1998 Sell This Version
KL 011 MUM - Caught Like A Trout album art MUM Caught Like A Trout(12") Klein Records KL 011 Austria 1999 Sell This Version
KLPR 002 MUM - Mum LP promo album art MUM Mum LP promo(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Klein Records KLPR 002 Austria 2000 Sell This Version
KL 026-1 MUM - Sincerely Yours - Part One Of 5 album art MUM Sincerely Yours - Part One Of 5(12", Ltd) Klein Records KL 026-1 Austria 2001 Sell This Version
KL 033 MUM - Boychild Remixes album art MUM Boychild Remixes(12") Klein Records KL 033 Austria 2002 Sell This Version


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April 15, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Stefan Jungmair and Paul Schneider have already proved most unlikely selectors, whipping both chin strokers and dancefloor types into a frenzy with their eponymous debut in 2000. Now they return with their brand new album "The Szabotnik 15 Mission" a selection of tracks that would heat up any simmering club floor with their bone dry breakbeat funk as well as more smooth excursions into the jazzadelic zone with boxy beats and fine electronics.

MUM first met through projects in the Vienna jazz and improv scenes in which Stefan (saxophonist) and Paul (drummer) drifted around. „We had a common root. Punk Rock marked the start of our music careers“ says Paul. To this day they thank the punk spirit for a healthy skepticism toward the cocky virtuoso types. "A while back I even went to a few Jazz gigs, but I got bored pretty quickly. All of the stuck up soloists, uninspired arrangements, the stiff rules..."

But instead of fleeing into stifling basement clubs, Jungmair and Schneider drove into the Vienna electronic scene which exploded in the late 90s.

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