• Bizzy B - Science EP Vol III

    Reviewed by boomcat (boomcat.com)

    Bizzy B - Science EP Vol III

    Another legend unearthed, Planet Mu follow up the blistering Remarc set with this ace doublepack from Bizzy B (Brain/Joker/Sub Base/Whitehouse) - a pioneer of junglist raves and hardcore pirate radio (Centerforce, Fantasy, Kool fm, Conflict). He's been releasing records since '91 and set up one of the most influential Hardcore/Jungle labels "Brain" which also released the debut material of Peshay , Zinc, and Marc Caro (Technical Itch) among others.
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  • Bizzy B - Science EP Vol III

    Reviewed by Dan Collins (cyclicdefrost.com)

    Bizzy B - Science EP Vol III

    Being quite the fan of the early jungle sound it often pains me to dig out a few dusty records only to find that for one reason or another, they haven’t quite survived the test of time. A recent spate of roughneck jungle releases, coupled with modern production and a fresh pressing puts paid to this particular problem. Another legend unearthed, Planet Mu follow up the blistering Remarc set with this ace 10” double pack from Bizzy B
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  • Hawerchuk - Camel Toe

    Reviewed by boomcat (boomcat.com)

    Hawerchuk - Camel Toe

    Well, if you're gonna jump on the Grime bandwagon you may as well do it in f*cking LARGE style, something the Mu do ferociously with this mighty debut from Kevin Hawerchuck. It's called sublow for a reason kids, the low end here twisting us inside out in outrageously good fashion, determining to get those speakers blown before the evening's out. "Camel Toe" on the A side is easily the standout, a massive filthy digital tumble of squashed beats in a
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  • Shitmat - Full English Breakfest

    Reviewed by Maurizio Pustianaz (chaindlk.org)

    Shitmat - Full English Breakfest

    Eccentric, sometimes violent and totally crazy. This are the main characteristics of Shitmat's FULL ENGLISH BREAKFEST. The tracks have been released as five EPs between July and August and then printed on CD but if you buy the vinyl you will end up with 7 more tracks than the 14 of the CD. The extra 7 are available digitally on www.bleep.com, the Warp's website for downloading digital music. The tracks mix frenetically everything you can ever
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