Vex'd preview their new album Cloud Seed on Mary Anne Hobbs Experimental 11th of March, 2010.
Along with Distance, Vex'd were the first producers that fully showed me the potential of dubstep. Their amazing album Degenerate, although heavier than most, pretty much followed the sparse DMZ/Deep Medi style of the time. With Cloud Seed they're finally bringing their take on dubstep phase 2, when the word started to mean anything slow and full of bass. If they had released these tunes back when they were written, they would have blown the competition out of the water. An absolutely killer mix and a must for anyone into heavy music.
Vex’d – Take Time Out (feat. Warrior Queen)
Plaid – Bar Kimura (Vex’d remix)
Vex’d – Out Of The Hills
Vex’d – Slug Trawl Depths
Vex’d – Shinju Bridge
Dakimh – Disposition (feat. Jest)
John Richards & GeNIA – Suite For Piano & Electronics (Vex’d remix)
Vex’d – Heartspace (feat. Anneka)
Vex’d – Oceans
Vex’d – Remians Of The Day
Gabriel Prokofiev & The Elysian Quartet – String Quartet No.2, (Vex’d remix)
Vex’d – Killing Floor
Vex’d – Nails