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Micko Westmorland was among the just artists from the British “drill’n’bass” scene to go up above the amount of fleeting stage. Combining components of electro, jungle, and downtempo/trip-hop in unusual, fidgety, often funny juxtapositions, Westmorland added a monitor to erstwhile techno/electronica label Increasing High’s Further Self-Evident Truths compilation series before that label folded in 1996, of which stage he authorized with eclectic label Blue World. The “Mingle” and “Chaise Lounge” EPs made an appearance through Blue World that year, accompanied by an LP, One Pound Notice, in 1997. Notably, One Pound Notice was among a string of U.K. post-techno licensings (also including produces by Squarepusher and Autechre) by Trent Reznor’s Nothing at all label.

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