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Jamie Vex’d – Saturn’s Reply

Jamie Vex’d – Saturn’s Reply



It was 2005 when Vex’d released Degenerate, one of the first dubstep albums to get noticed in any major way. I’m not sure what they’ve been doing since apart from a couple of twelves on Planet Mu but this solo EP from Jamie Vex’d In System Travel is definitely worth your time.

It fits right into the Planet Mu canon, somewhere between Legion of Two’s distorted bombast, Boxcutter’s ambient dub and a plethora of other names – Milanese (check his new one The Lockout), Various and of course Vex’d themselves. Tunes heavy.

Jamie Vex’d – Saturn’s Reply

A mix he did for Luckyme with tracklisting is after the jump

Jamie Vex’d – Sunday Walkman mix


  1. Jamie Vexd – Saturn’s Reply
  2. Rich Reason & Fantastic Mr Fox – Bleep Show
  3. Scuba – Twitch – Jamie Vexd Remix
  4. Starkey – Creature
  5. Jamie Vexd – In System Travel
  6. Erykah Badu – Twinkle
  7. Darkstar – Aidy’s Girl’s A Computer
  8. Cannibal Ox – F Word (Instrumental)
  9. Zomby – Fantastique Remix
  10. Falty Dl – To London
  11. Shawty Lo Ft Dg Yola Vs Timeblind – Lets Decay It (Dev 79’s Blend)
  12. Stagga – Lopside – Doshy Remix
  13. Modeselektor – Black Box – Rustie Remix
  14. Joker – Psychedelic Runway
  15. Starkey – Gutter Music Vip
  16. Naptha – Soundclash – Grevious Angel Vip
  17. Tim Hecker – Sundown6093
  18. Falty Dl – Paradise Lost

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