*BRISBANE* - *** VEX'D (PLANET MU)(UK) Fri DEC 28 ***

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*BRISBANE* - *** VEX'D (PLANET MU)(UK) Fri DEC 28 ***

Post by frosty » Mon Dec 10, 2007 11:56 am

Fri Dec 28.
Monster Mash returns for another free bash at UBER

100 Boundary Street, West End

Brisbane's favourite mentalist rave up party : MONSTER MASH & HARD
GRAFT (Brisbane's Original Grimsters) present

The Heavy weight kings of industrial Grime and Dubstep:
VEX'D (Planet-Mu - UK).
http://www.myspace.com/vexd

And an all yule tide line up of frequency manglers:
Monster Zoku Onsomb! http://www.monsterzoku.com/
Nam-Shub Of Enki http://www.namshubofenki.com/
Frosty (>Hard grafT>>)
Paul Abad
Cam1 & Erther
Aniki


so join us for a X-Mash rave up under the missile toe for a Monster X-
Mess treat!

Free...

http://www.myspace.com/monstermashup
http://www.myspace.com/hard_graft

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Here's VEX'D Bio

Jamie Teasdale and Roly Porter – aka Vex'd – make music embracing
elements of this bass-strewn topography, their trajectory is
resolutely recalcitrant, readily referencing yet refusing to pledge
total allegiance. Since dropping their debut EP on Bristol’s Subtext
imprint in 2004, the duo have been justly championed in grime and
dubstep circles, yet their following draws as much from electronica,
techno and breaks crowds as the aforementioned camps. And it's of
little surprise – this is a strain too techy for purist grime
aficionados, too menacing for garage heads, and too rowdy to slot
neatly in the dubstep ranks.

Their debut album dropped in 2005 on Mike Paradinas’ Planet Mu
imprint. As the title and cover image suggest, Degenerate is a dark
collection of works, yet like much output from the breakier end of
this spectrum, it’s material that rocks the floor to the next level
with tight dance dynamics rather than militantly crushing it into
submission. Deft sound design underpins much of this album, but it’s
the bass that steals the show throughout; for Vex’d craft some of the
rudest, rubberiest, most mangled, stretched and strung-out bass
you’ll ever have the pleasure of introducing your neighbours to.

UK techno pioneer Surgeon is fanatical about Vex’d and the freshness
of their sound and it's ability to cross into other fields. This is
music that prowls the fine line between deadly funky and utterly
caustic; a decade of bass science squeezed through a sonic mangle.
Degenerate is as bold a statement of intent as any other electronic
music artist made during 2005. What fiery futuristic filth these guys
will churn out in 2008 is anyone's guess. Music that ups the ante of
heaviness."

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Post by r53 » Wed Dec 12, 2007 6:23 am

You guys throw the Phatest parties


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Post by citizen » Thu Dec 27, 2007 2:47 am

^^^

Ain't that the truth..sorry i wont be in the country to catch it!

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Post by Fakawi » Fri Jan 04, 2008 11:15 pm

OMG for free?
You lucky little bastards, how was it, cayght vex'd at phat 08 new year in NZ here and they blew my lid off!
DJ Heny.G wrote:About is skream a genius or overated???
Man is a pioneer in dis shit, and man was 15 when it all started.
HUNASTAN

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Post by r53 » Sat Jan 05, 2008 2:59 am

jagermikester wrote:OMG for free?
You lucky little bastards, how was it, cayght vex'd at phat 08 new year in NZ here and they blew my lid off!
Sick
Best dubstep gig ive been to since Lombardo

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