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Slugabed - Moonbeam Rider EP - Out Today!

After making some serious noise with his huge remix of Roots Manuva’s ‘Witness (1 Hope)’, Slugabed’s long awaited and highly anticipated debut release on the mighty Ninja Tune is finally upon us.

The 6 track ‘Moonbeam Rider EP’ perfectly encapsulates what this exciting young producer is about right now; low-slung beats, soaring synth melodies and a healthy dose of the absurd. He is hard at work on his debut album for the label so consider this your introduction to his sound, you’re going to be hearing a lot more of it over the coming years....

Here's a quick preview from Slugabed's soundcloud page:


Or you can hear the individual tracks, buy the EP and download a free Slugabed track over on the Ninja Tune site.

You can of course buy from all the usual retailers too, such as Bleep & Boomkat amongst many others...

Moonbeam Rider EP

Released 06/06/2011

Greg Feldwick aka Slugabed is on a roll right now. Newly signed to Ninja Tune, for whom he remixed Roots Manuva’s “Witness” as part of their 20th anniversary celebrations, he has recently played at the legendary Berghain club in Berlin, launched Brighton club night Donkey Pitch’s record label with the track “Donkey Stomp,” toured Canada and remixed both Eskmo and Stateless for his new home label. Now he presents his first EP for Ninja, five tracks deep and, in the words of The Quietus, crafting “all the best bits of current American pop culture and distilling it along with UK bass music into a typically sceptical Brit attitude.”

Epic, spacey, channelling funk and soul through stumbling, glitched-out electronics and slathers of unfeasible bass, Slugabed is a man of many styles. “Moonbeam Riders” filters some of the crunching hip hop attack of the LA Beat scene, “Tomorrow Morning” is 2-step with extra wobble, “Nu Krak Swing,” well, the title should give you some idea about that one. Funny, clever, referential, sometimes moving and never anything but completely himself, Slugabed is a substantial new presence in UK bass music.

Originally from Bath but now based in London, Feldwick has had releases with Stuff, Ramp and Planet Mu, plus remixes for the likes of Starkey, Eprom and Kelpe as well as his legendary unofficial remix of Pharoah Monche’s “Simon Says.” Key supporters have included Benji B and Mary Anne Hobbs. With his debut album nearing completion many more will be coming on board soon. Take a ride…