Articles tagged planet mu

They’re Finally Listening: An Interview with RP Boo, the Inventor of Footwork

The legendary RP Boo discusses the development of footwork, his contributions, the influence of the late DJ Rashad, and his new album, Fingers, Banks Pads & Shoe Prints.

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Venetian Snares - “Ever Stopped the Heaviest” (video)

YouTube user thenov29films has become something of the official unofficial videographer of much of the best underground electronic music coming out, most of which

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Waveform: FaltyDL, Bok Bok/Jackmaster, and How to Dress Well

New this week from the depths of the electronic underground comes a new record from Brooklyn's FaltyDL, a hot potato back-to-back mix from Bok Bok and Jackmaster, plus a tearjerking dancefloor heater for the price of free.

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Rudi Zygadlo: Great Western Laymen

Supplying the world with the wonkiest of art-pop, Rudi Zygadlo should definitely be given props for trying something new. Now if you excuse me, I’m feeling a bit woozy.

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14 Jul 2010 // 10:00 PM

Vex’d: Cloud Seed

Overall, this second album from the dubstep duo does not fall short on atmosphere, but its components feel rather loosely bound and unfinished.

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Starkey: Ear Drums and Black Holes

A gorgeous spacey affair with shuddering bass, a slight hint of muzak, prog-tendencies, a pop heart, and dubstep/grime cred.

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The Internal Tulips: Mislead into a Field by a Deformed Deer

On Mislead, The Internal Tulips mine their own unique field of haunting, spectral beauty.

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2 Jun 2009 // 10:00 PM

Boxcutter: Arecibo Message

Barry Lynn's 2006 debut Oneiric stuck to the dubstep formula, but he opened up his palette for Glyphic the next year. That IDM progression is fully embraced and articulated on his latest and greatest.

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Venetian Snares: Detrimentalist

Winnepeg's golden boy of breakcore blitzkrieg unleashes an opus to the drum and bass aesthetic with his 20th-odd long-player.

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Country Fried Rock: Drivin' N' Cryin' to Be Inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame

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""If Drivin' N' Cryin' sounded as good in the '80s as we do now, we could have been as big as Cinderella." -- Kevn Kinney

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