• Ital Tek: Moment in the Blue EP

    Ital Tek - Moment In Blue E.P.

    Reviewed by Sam Constable Source: (Citylifers)

    <b> Ital Tek </b> - Moment In Blue E.P.

    Brighton based Alan Myson (aka Ital Tek) gives you his latest EP of reworks and re-licks from some of Planet Mu’s finest Emperors. The EP serves as a follow up to his second album “Midnight Colour” out on planet Mu on 14th June 2010. To date, Ital Tek’s has had a fruitful career, pushing out his own sounds, maintaining a blissful partnership with Planet Mu, and a seemingly boundless amount of creativity. This release sees two gems reach the light of day that
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  • iTAL tEK Midnight Colour

    Ital Tek - Midnight Colour

    Reviewed by Rory Gibb Source: (Drowned in Sound)

    <b> Ital Tek </b> - Midnight Colour

    Brighton’s Ital Tek peddles a similar line in hyperchromatic dubstep variations as his sorta-contemporaries in Bristol, Joker, Gemmy and Guido. Only ‘sorta’ because although there are undoubtedly similarities in end product – all possessed of a convincingly colourful sheen that gradually seems to soak into the music’s very fabric – Ital Tek’s vision feels more deeply considered. His nocturnal moodiness and tendency towards subtle exploration betray a
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  • Ital Tek Midnight Colour

    Ital Tek - Midnight Colour

    Reviewed by Andrew Ryce Source: (130 BPM)

    <b> Ital Tek </b> - Midnight Colour

    There are always some artist that just kind of fall between the cracks, regardless of the quality of their music. Some deservedly so, others merely because of circumstance. Brighton dubstep producer Ital Tek (born Alan Myson) might be seen as unfairly falling victim to this, more for his effortless blending of styles than anything else. Often described as electronica-infused dubstep or something similarly stupid, his music – since signing to Planet Mu, anyway –
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  • E10 Riddim

    Rossi B & Luca (feat. Killa P.) - E10 Riddim

    Reviewed by Oli Warwick (IDJ)

    <b> Rossi B &amp; Luca (feat. Killa P.) </b> - E10 Riddim

    A certified belter drops here from Rossi B and Luca. You might be forgiven for drawing links to the funky scene, but this goes far beyond. Raw-as-fuck live drum hits hammer out the message while the day-glo synths peak and trough all over the place. Killa P lends his vocal talents to the flip in a hysterical style, but to these ears it's all about the instrumental.