• Kuedo Severant

    Kuedo - Severant

    Reviewed by Kuedo Severant Source: (Patric Fallon)

    <b> Kuedo </b> - Severant

    Much hullabaloo has been made of the role Berlin-by-way-of-UK producer Jamie Teasdale played as half of influential dubstep outfit Vex'd. It'll be the first thing you're likely to read in any article (this review included) pertaining to the artist or his solo debut LP as Kuedo, Severant, but that doesn't make it the best or even an ideal vantage point from which to experience Teasdale's latest work. The music of Vex'd is patently hard-edged to the
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  • Kuedo – Severant [Review]

    Kuedo - Severant

    Reviewed by Cyrus Shahrad Source: (The Stool Pigeon)

    <b> Kuedo </b> - Severant

    With his solo debut, Jamie Teasdale has taken a big step backwards to make a giant leap forwards. Any lingering associations with the UK dubstep scene he previously dominated as one half of bass beserkers Vex’d — and which he moved to Berlin three years ago to distance himself from — are well and truly scuppered with Severant, an album that takes as its inspiration the synthesiser music of the ’80s, and particularly the movie soundtracks of
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  • Severant Kuedo

    Kuedo - Severant

    Reviewed by Anton Maiof Source: (Electronicbeats.net)

    <b> Kuedo </b> - Severant

    Back in the mists of time when dubstep seemed limitless and unexplored, two gentlemen from London named Roly Porter and Jamie Teasdale began working in Bristol under the name Vex'd. Hailed and celebrated as making some of the most intelligent and dark dubstep the genre saw whilst still remaining “deep”, the pair then parted company with Roly making electro-acoustic noise under his own name and Jamie beginning the long journey into pseudo film
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  • Kuedo: Severant

    Kuedo - Severant

    Reviewed by Tam Gunn Source: (Fact Magazine)

    <b> Kuedo </b> - Severant

    As one half of Vex’d, Jamie Teasdale was responsible for some of modern Britain’s heaviest music: an update of Godflesh’s urban nihilism, placing that frustration into an early grime and dubstep context.

    The further we get from Vex’d, however (the duo split up after only one album, though a retrospective second full-length, Cloud Seed was completed last year), the more Teasdale has distanced himself from their aesthetic, claiming in a
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