Beneath the name Kuedo, British sound designer Jamie Teasdale makes widescreen cinematic electronic music informed equally by ’80s film soundtracks and contemporary hip-hop and club music. Teasdale 1st increased to prominence as you fifty percent of Vex’d, a duo whose intense mixture of dub, hip-hop, and commercial noise became a significant impact on dubstep and grime. Their debut record, Degenerate, premiered by Mike Paradinas’ Globe Mu in 2005, and was among the label’s biggest successes. Following the duo divide around 2008, Teasdale released single materials as Dakimh and Jamie Vex’d before building his Kuedo moniker this year 2010. Debut EP Wish Sequence made an appearance on Globe Mu that season, leaving the Vex’d audio toward abstract hip-hop with Burial-like atmospherics. Second EP Videowave, including remixes by Clark and Illum Sphere, implemented in 2011, preceding Kuedo’s debut full-length Severant. The record was an additional departure, merging the lush, grandiose consumer electronics of Vangelis with beats inspired by snare and Chicago footwork. Severant was an enormous critical achievement, and finished up getting nearly as important as Teasdale’s are component of Vex’d. He implemented Severant with Function, Live & Rest in Collapsing Space, a 2012 EP that included remixes by Laurel Halo aswell as Globe Mu labelmate Claude Speeed. 3 years afterwards, Kuedo came back with Assertion of the Surrounding Existence on his recently formed Kitchen knives label/artwork imprint. The EP included collaborations with Egyptrixx and Teasdale’s previous Vex’d co-conspirator Roly Porter. Kuedo added to Turkish maker Sami Baha’s debut EP Mavericks, released by World Mu in 2016. Later on in the entire year, the label released Kuedo’s long-awaited second full-length, Sluggish Knife.