t&j 006 ML - Pajama Party album art ML Pajama Party(CDr, Album) Toast And Jam Recordings t&j 006 US 2001 Sell This Version
cat#md106 ML - Everyone Looks Like Somebody Else album art ML Everyone Looks Like Somebody Else(CD, Album, Ltd) n5MD cat#md106 US 2002 Sell This Version
PIE032 ML - Man Is The Warmest Place To Hide album art ML Man Is The Warmest Place To Hide (Album, EP) Piehead Records PIE032 Canada 2004 Sell This Version
EN11 ML - Good Morning album art ML Good Morning(10xFile, MP3, Album, VBR) En:peg Digital EN11 US 2004
t&j 019 ML - Supersaver album art ML Supersaver(CDr, Album) Toast And Jam Recordings t&j 019 US 2006 Sell This Version


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July 22, 2007
edited over 14 years ago
ML's electronic sound is very humorous, almost cartoony and silly, but never too much. Their tracks sometimes sound similar to older Like A Tim (but more complex, more friendly, less deadpan, not so extremely in-your-face as Tim), some older Mu-ziq (M. Paradinas) (but less dnb/breaks, ML sound more electro/synthpop influenced). Occasionally they get strange melodies and timings (similar to early Freeform/Simon Pyke). I've always seen them play hardware live, and it seems that all three members are present performing. Great stuff, esp if you like complex, animated melodies programmed in entirely-electronic sounds. I wish some of it was on vinyl!

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