Planet Mu have been bringing out some fine releases since the late 90's, making sure to keep up with an ever-evolving electronic street sound, with Grime vibes from Terror Danjah on Industry Standard 4 and Gremlinz: The Instrumentals plus speaker-raping Dubstep from Brackles, Burnkane and many more.
Starkey's music for a hot minute now, Gutter Music could be seen as the tune which put him on the map of Grime listeners during the first half of this year with his Durrty Goodz collaboration, and now after doing remixes for the likes of Kano he returns with new single "OK Luv".
This time around Starkey entails help from Midlands Mc/Vocalist Badness, who's recently had a CD out himself (PaLava Eruption, buy). The tune's low bass suits Badness' blend of rough yet compromisingly smooth vocals, and Side B (Track 2 for digital) instrumental Mutiltidal varies in pitch throughout, creating a wave-like journey throughout (them clever track names there). Ok Luv's instrumental form can also be found, sounding even more refreshing minus Badness' vocals, which were good mind.
Buy 12" or Digital.