• Vex'd Cloud Seed

    Vex'd - Cloud Seed

    <b> Vex'd </b> - Cloud Seed

    ‘Cloud Seed’ captures the dark, cinematic drama that defines the first golden era of Dubstep, circa 2006/2007. It has all the trimmings: Urban angst, techno noir, an overwhelming sense of melancholy and metallic jackhammer rhythms to shield you off from the outside.

    Vex’d did much to popularise the original Dubstep sound with their debut album ‘Degenerate’ back in 2005. Riding on a wave of critical acclaim and supported by a fast
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  • The Internal Tulips – Mislead into A Field By A Deformed Deer

    The Internal Tulips - Mislead Into A Field By A Deformed Deer

    <b> The Internal Tulips </b> - Mislead Into A Field By A Deformed Deer

    Imagine Syd Barrett and Smile-era Brian Wilson tripping out and transporting themselves into a 2010 studio filled with all manner of acoustic instruments and electronic toys. The outcome of such a collaboration might sound a little bit like The Internal Tulips' Mislead into a Field by a Deformed Deer, a baker's dozen of mongrel electronic pop tunes from co-conspirators Brad Laner (Electric Company) and Alex Graham (Lexaunculpt). Broken melodies,
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  • Starkey Stars

    Starkey - Stars (feat. Anneka)

    Reviewed by James Balf Source: (Sonic Router)

    <b> Starkey </b> - Stars (feat. Anneka)

    Street Bass don Starkey drops another single from his forthcoming album ‘Ear Drums and Black Holes’ on Planet Mu. After the smooth R&B meets grime episode of ‘Ok Luv’ featuring the vocals of Badness comes another vocal cut but it’s on an entirely different tip. Featuring the vocal stylings of Anneka, who you may recall from Starkey’s ‘Build a Beat’ session on BBC Radio One the other month.

    ‘Stars’ comes in two forms here;
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  • Vex'd Cloud Seed

    Vex'd - Cloud Seed

    <b> Vex'd </b> - Cloud Seed

    Easter is a time for resurrections, so it's wholly appropriate that Planet Mu have chosen this time of year to reacquaint us with Vex'd, a London based dubstep collaboration between Jamie Teasdale and Roly Porter. Due to geographic constraints they were rarely able to work together and unfortunately never managed to complete their second album.

    The sessions for that album and a number of remixes have been pulled together to make Cloud Seed. No
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