Kuedo’s debut album was one of the best examples of machine soul in recent memory, and was a shoe-in for our albums of 2011 list.
The producer previously known as Jamie Vex’d is following this with a new single out on June 25th, Work, Live & Sleep In Collapsing Space. Planet Mu will release the record, with mixes from Laurel Halo and American Men member Claude Speeed.
Planet Mu describes the song thusly:
‘Work, Live & Sleep In Collapsing Space’ starts with huge symphonic synths, half-speed kicks, trap style hi-hats rushes and flammed 808 snares, slowly building up with giant whooshes of gaseous noise before breaking out into an intense trancey moroderesque synth that totally fills the track, making it sound absolutely vast and a little bit frightening, running it through effects to give it an aggressive, spacey rush that takes your breath away.
You can hear for yourself over on Planet.Mu