• Distance Repercussions

    Distance - Repercussions

    Reviewed by Unknown Source: (Boomkat)

    <b> Distance </b> - Repercussions

    *CD version of the album also features a 2nd c.d. with all Distances own label (Chestplate) releases. Featuring the smash "Victim Support" and "V" and many, many more...* Distance has remained a popular fixture in the world of Dubstep since his earliest releases on Hot Flush, Tectonic and Planet Mu pushed him into the dubstep consiousness, resulting in appearances on the seminal Dubstep takeover session on Mary-Anne Hobbs' Radio 1 show and winning the highly coveted
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  • Last Step 1961

    Last Step - 1961

    Reviewed by Unknown Source: (Boomkat)

    <b> Last Step </b> - 1961

    Aaron Funk slips out of his Venetian Snares costume and into his Last Step outfit for an album of fractured acid and reorganised drum machine patterns for Planet Mu with a full length album following from his well recieved 12" debut. With opener 'My Home recordings' Funk strikes a moody chord with odd vocal samples, screwed acid lines and chopped live drums, before lunging into an acid attack sequence on '61 Disco' with an Aphex-in-Analord mode style panache. 'Haha
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  • The Standoffish Cat

    Mrs Jynx - The Standoffish Cat

    Reviewed by Unknown (International DJ magazine)

    Mrs Jynx - The Standoffish Cat

    Old-time melodic electronica just like Mama used to make - or in fact, quite like Planet Mu boss Mike Paradinas used to make. With just a handful of well-received singles and remixes to her name on various obscure imprints, Hannah Davidson's debut long-player is a direct descendent of the so-called 'golden age' of British home listening techno, the mid-90s movement that started with Aphex Twin ground to something of a creative halt sometime in the aftermath of Boards
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  • My Downfall

    Venetian Snares - My Downfall (Original Soundtrack)

    Reviewed by Unknown Source: (Boomkat)

    Venetian Snares - My Downfall (Original Soundtrack)

    Follow-up of sorts to Aaron Funk's most acclaimed work under the Venetian Snares moniker - the fabulous "Rossz Csillag Allat Szuletett". "My Downfall" employs a similar conceit and revolves around beautiful string section work that from time to time gets modified, mangled and inverted, creating a kind of sweeping soundtrack that's prone to the odd bout of schizophrenia. The beats, when they come, are as frenetic and tight as you'd expect, creating a strange mixture
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