• Slugabed Ultra Heat Treated

    Slugabed - Ultra Heat Treated E.P.

    <b> Slugabed </b> - Ultra Heat Treated E.P.

    Listening to Slugabed for the first time brings back the memories of hearing the complexity of Squarepusher or the insanity of Venetian Snares who, incidentally, released his sweet venom on Planet Mu as well. But the music of this 19 year old, Bath (UK) based producer, Greg Feldwick, is not the broken rhythms of breakcore or drill’n'bass. It is a slow-paced wobble through the square edged 8-bit world of two-dimensional cardboard trees and bass-growling monsters. At
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  • Slugabed - Ultra Heat Treated EP

    Slugabed - Ultra Heat Treated E.P.

    Reviewed by Colin McKean Source: (Fact Magazine)

    <b> Slugabed </b> - Ultra Heat Treated E.P.

    From Sonny Boy Williamson’s ‘Sloppy Drunk Blues’ to Primal Scream’s ‘Higher Than the Sun’; Bob Dylan’s ‘Rainy Day Woman’ to Zomby’s ‘Spliff Dub’, there is a rich tradition in popular song of tracks that not only chronicle overindulgence but actually inspire sensations associated with intoxification in the listener. Taking Drugs to Make Music to Take Drugs to is not just the title of Spacemen 3’s greatest hits compilation: it’s also a
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  • Slugabed - Ultra Heat Treated EP

    Slugabed - Ultra Heat Treated E.P.

    Reviewed by Oli Marlow Source: (R:A)

    <b> Slugabed </b> - Ultra Heat Treated E.P.

    Slugabed's peculiar strain of squashed and rigidly fashioned instrumental hip-hop has infiltrated heads for months now. In fact, his particularly masculine brew of square wave stomping dates back to 2008, so it's a little odd to think that this, the Ultra Heat Treated EP on Planet Mu, will only be his second solo 12-inch.

    It nonetheless both underlines his accomplishment to date as well as marking a confident stride into the arena of competition. Right from the
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