1. A Discussion with Chrissy Murderbot (Planet Mu, Hyperboloid)

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    Chrissy murderbot discusses Cultural appropriation, Misogyny, and cheeseburger art Full write up here: wp.me/p1Fstl-1MO

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    • BEDFORD AVENUE presents: SUBEENA (Opit Records/Planet MU, UK)

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      Video edit: Fabio Eso Taravella Music: Subeena "Spectrums" (Opit Records) |http://soundcloud.com/opitrecords| |http://soundcloud.com/subeena| _________________________________________________

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      • Bedford Avenue: SUBEENA | 30 Luglio 2011

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        Subeena playing at Bedford Avenue (Turin-Italy)

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        • Brokenbeat Night - Feb 2009

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          Motion Promo for Brokenbeat Night. www.brokenbeat.com A free monthly event that promotes live electronic music & live video performance. The promo was a collaboration work with L.A. based video artist/ performer Bryant Place http://future-tense-cpu.com/

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          • Chevron - Shimoda

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            Taken from the album "Lifeshake" out February 9th 2015. http://www.planet.mu/discography/ziq156 Video produced by AUJIK http://www.aujik.com http://www.facebook.com/chevvers.music http://www.chevvers.com As part of our 'µ20' celebrations we will be making available several never-released albums from throughout our 20 year history. Chevron's "Lifeshake" was meant to have been the 2007 follow-up to 2005's "Everything's Exactly The Same". However, the tracks languished on Jonathan Valentine's hard drive. Over the last few months, he and Mike Paradinas have put together an approximation of how the finished album would have sounded. In the words of Chevron himself, "This is a collection of my music from 2002-2007. 'Sitari ST' features sitar by Urban Myth colloborator Chris Cook, 'Breytingar' features vocals by me and Boxcutter collaborator Brian Greene (I recorded this in a cottage in Ireland and the reverbs were recorded in disused chapel nearby). I was into the Prodigy in a big way whilst growing up. Their inspiration, The Specials, Rasmus, Kool Keith and their music had a heavy influence on 'Bangalore Torpedoes', 'The Ballad of Rave', 'Free' and 'Elizabeth I'. A brief collaboration with bhangra MCs Metz and Trix, teamed with the emergence of early dubstep, all flavoured my work at this time, as heard on 'Soul Cellar'. The album is a big melting pot of influences, from the computer game grime of 'Lyrical Dungeon', to the kecak and shakuhachi flavoured colliery band breakdown of 'Gravitas'." Chevron has recently been releasing records with Altern8's Mark Archer and playing all hardware live shows with Venetian Snares and Ceephax Acid Crew. He is now pottering away in his central London-based studio ready for more releases this year.

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            • Chevron - Shimoda

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              Promotion video for British breakcore & acid artist Chevron. Chevron - Shimoda Taken from the album "Lifeshake" out February 9th 2015 on Planet Mu records. Available to pre-order now http://www.planet.mu/discography/ZIQ156 facebook.com/chevvers.music youtube.com/chevversmusic chevvers.com #chevvers

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              • Chrissy Murderbot ft. DJ Spinn - Bussin Down

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                CHRISSY MURDERBOT ft. DJ SPINN "BUSSIN DOWN" released on Planet Mu 4th April 2011. Directed by myself & Jay Schroeder Order your copy here: http://www.planet.mu/discography/ZIQ293 Taken from the album Women's Studies http://www.planet.mu/discography/ZIQ294

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                • Claude Speeed - R U Sorry?

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                  Song written and produced by Claude Speeed, copyright control. Directed by Moritz Lehr Colorist: Bow Coleur From "Sun Czar Temple" out 26th January 2015 on Planet Mu http://www.planet.mu/discography/ZIQ339 Scotland's Claude Speeed first came to our attention via his epic 2012 remix of Kuedo's 'Work Live & Sleep In Collapsing Space'. With a history in various bands such as RUSSIA and American Men, his work draws from Scottish post rock, 90s and 00s electronica, American minimalism, noise & drone. After a significant time travelling abroad he relocated to Berlin and released his debut album for LuckyMe, entitled 'My Skeleton'. Now he is releasing his follow-up EP 'Sun Czar Temple' on Planet Mu - an epic set of songs that distort emotional songwriting with textured synthetic ambience and computer noise. Dreams on hard disk. The EP opens with the epic 'Traumzeuge', a piece for digitally obliterated piano and plugins taking its inspiration from territories of culture shock and insomnia. Starting with monolithic slabs of SOLAR PARALLAX distortion, the layers of intensity build until eventually dropping out, revealing gentle, warm guitar harmonics and tender vocals. 'Dr. Liz Wilson' begins with twinkling, bleeping arrays of electronics: implied interstellar communication. Warm sinewaves and rising tone clusters build up into a rushing wind tunnel of s||||ESCAPE TIME FRACTAL||ound. Hidden drums, ghost choirs, and geometric cryptophasia arpeggios disappear into chaos. An Adrián Villar Rojas memory of terraforming and futuristic DMT ruins. 'VIN', serves as an interlude, built on field recordings from a short trip into an empty forest, made with looped tape noises and crushed oneiric chords. 'Fret' draws from a story about an abandoned palace, far away from anything. Initially composed entirely visually in Logic, sound muted, without any timing grid. Dense pitch shifted chords and multiple random effects building into strangely unearthly pop with Ryuichi Sakamoto 80s drums and obscured vocalvocalvocal loops. The final track, and the EP's most epic, 'RU Sorry?' (CITY CASTLE VICTORIES) opens with simple synth 5th interval figures evolving slowly into an enveloping, rippling, cosmic fuzz. building up to near noise, then falling away into blocks of buzzing chords. Distortion appears gently until a smashed out post rock crescendo bursts through. Afterlife / Angels.

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                  • Claude Speeed - R U Sorry? (teaser video)

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                    Claude Speeed - Sun Czar Temple EP - released on 26 January 2015 http://www.planet.mu/discography/ziq339 Song written and produced by Claude Speeed, copyright control. Directed by Moritz Lehr. Colorist : Bow Coleur Scotland's Claude Speeed first came to our attention via his epic 2012 remix of Kuedo's 'Work Live & Sleep In Collapsing Space'. With a history in various bands such as RUSSIA and American Men, his work draws from Scottish post rock, 90s and 00s electronica, American minimalism, noise & drone. After a significant time travelling abroad he relocated to Berlin and released his debut album for LuckyMe, entitled 'My Skeleton'. Now he is releasing his follow-up EP 'Sun Czar Temple' on Planet Mu - an epic set of songs that distort emotional songwriting with textured synthetic ambience and computer noise. Dreams on hard disk. The EP opens with the epic 'Traumzeuge', a piece for digitally obliterated piano and plugins taking its inspiration from territories of culture shock and insomnia. Starting with monolithic slabs of SOLAR PARALLAX distortion, the layers of intensity build until eventually dropping out, revealing gentle, warm guitar harmonics and tender vocals. 'Dr. Liz Wilson' begins with twinkling, bleeping arrays of electronics: implied interstellar communication. Warm sinewaves and rising tone clusters build up into a rushing wind tunnel of s||||ESCAPE TIME FRACTAL||ound. Hidden drums, ghost choirs, and geometric cryptophasia arpeggios disappear into chaos. An Adrián Villar Rojas memory of terraforming and futuristic DMT ruins. 'VIN', serves as an interlude, built on field recordings from a short trip into an empty forest, made with looped tape noises and crushed oneiric chords. 'Fret' draws from a story about an abandoned palace, far away from anything. Initially composed entirely visually in Logic, sound muted, without any timing grid. Dense pitch shifted chords and multiple random effects building into strangely unearthly pop with Ryuichi Sakamoto 80s drums and obscured vocalvocalvocal loops. The final track, and the EP's most epic, 'RU Sorry?' (CITY CASTLE VICTORIES) opens with simple synth 5th interval figures evolving slowly into an enveloping, rippling, cosmic fuzz. building up to near noise, then falling away into blocks of buzzing chords. Distortion appears gently until a smashed out post rock crescendo bursts through. Afterlife / Angels.

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                    • Dañado prueba visual Tim Exile - When Every Day's A Number

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                      Visual mínimo en el Tim Exile del When Every Day's A Number. El álbum 'Listening Tree' es en Warp / Planet Mu. http://www.myspace.com/timexile

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