• Vex'd - Degenerate

    Reviewed by Suburban Dwight (Vice)

    <b> Vex'd </b> - Degenerate

    Gnarly Bristol dubstep that's basically the new, smacked-out trip-hop; like grime only less fun. Better singles round-up on disc two, mind.

  • Vex'd - Degenerate

    Reviewed by The Wire, Sept. 05 (The Wire)

    <b> Vex'd </b> - Degenerate

    Rounding of Planet Mu's trio of current releases, we have Vex'd, exerting some dancefloor pressure in the form of Grimey beats and ruffneck samples of the old school, sorry, skool. Now, as Steven Stapleton once so memorably put it, "I don't dance, my hat would fall off," so perhaps it's unfair to pass judgement on 'Degenerate' without assessing its jigginess factor, but from my supine position on the listening room chaise-longue the album strikes me
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  • Vex'd - Degenerate

    Reviewed by Myke Burn (speakerpushtheair.com)

    <b> Vex'd </b> - Degenerate

    Degenerate is a record which evokes a fictional London. A city where multiple high rise chimneys pummel smoke into the atmosphere and where darkness battles with light and wins; a somber musical milieu which is atmospheric, redolent of both Industrial and Hardcore and intense and brooding. In the same way that Vangelis' score to Blade Runner is inextricably linked with the futuristic cinematic noir of the film, Vex'd (Planet Mu) creates a sound which
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  • Vex'd - Degenerate

    Reviewed by Joe Muggs (littledetroit.net)

    <b> Vex'd </b> - Degenerate

    Artist - Vex'd
    Label - Planet Mu
    Released - out now Degenerate

    Ah now here is a Planet Mu record full of sunshine and quirky little jokes. No, not really – this is more SERIOUS stuff from Mike P’s label. As has already been discussed on the LD forum, Vex’d are one of the most exciting prospects to have come from Dubstep since the term was invented – and as with any true innovators, they really can’t
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