• Album of the Week

    Boxcutter - Glyphic

    Reviewed by Boomkat

    <b> Boxcutter </b> - Glyphic

    To our mind Boxcutter has always worked at the more interesting end of dubstep, on the one hand we have the nu-rave jump up rubbish that seems be delivered each week in inexhaustible amounts, while on the other hand we have a handful of acts that seem to thrive on confounding expectations rather than fitting into a mould. Boxcutter is one such artist and his second album 'Glyphic' is a testament to this, containing a cross-generic spread of tracks
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  • Various - 2OO

    Reviewed by Hot Press

    <b> Various </b> - 2OO

    Planet Mu celebrate 10 years (although e thought it was longer) and 200 releases with a 26 track comp featuring new tracks, collaborations and a selection of previously vinyl-only releases. It's about as all-star as the idiosyncratic label gets, and is pretty much great.

  • Various - 2OO

    Reviewed by DJ Magazine

    <b> Various </b> - 2OO

    This tenth anniversary compilation and 200th release from Mike Paradinas' Planet Mu label shows they've been reinvigorated by dubstep, with the rhythms of Ital Tek's tracks bridging the gap between the moody experiments and breakcore temper tantrums of Planet Mu's youth.

  • Various - 2OO

    Reviewed by Dazed And Confused

    <b> Various </b> - 2OO

    To celebrate 200 releases and 10 years of squelchy acid burps, 170bpm gabbacore and bowel breaking drum'n'bass, Mike Paradinas looked deep into his Planet Mu achives and pulled out 26 of the most disturbing tracks he could find, from Ceephax and Shitmat, to Milanese and Duran Duran Duran. So hardcore it hurts.