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Matthew Herbert - On Your Feet mp3 track

MP3 1402 mb. | FLAC 1835 mb. | WMA 1776 mb.

Performer: Matthew Herbert
Title: On Your Feet
Country: UK
Released: 2004
Style: Big Band, Abstract, Future Jazz, Deep House, Experimental
Category: Electronic / Jazz
Rating: 4.2 ✦


On Your Feet
Singing In The Rain (MHBB Mix)
Skate House
Can Can
The Beauty Of The Dream Vanished And Breathless Horror And Disgust Filled My Heart
Wake Up


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SL 14 Matthew Herbert On Your Feet ‎(12") Soundslike SL 14 UK 2004
SL 14 Matthew Herbert On Your Feet ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Soundslike SL 14 UK 2004

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The second album Matthew Herbert Big Band, There's Me And There's You, was released in October 2008. In the making of the record Herbert recorded inside the Houses of Parliament, at a landfill site, and in the lobby of the British Museum with 70 volunteers. In 2010 Matthew Herbert released two of a three part trilogy of albums. In 2005, Herbert released the album Plat du Jour under his real name, Matthew Herbert. The disc addresses commercial food production and marketing. a new description of resistance. Plat du Jour: The Appetiser EP (2005).

Matthew Herbert (born 1972), also known as Herbert, Doctor Rockit, Radio Boy, Mr. Vertigo, Transformer, and Wishmountain, is a British electronic musician. He often takes sounds from everyday items to produce electronic music. In 1998, Herbert issued Around the House, which mixed dance beats, sounds generated by everyday kitchen objects, and vocals. By the late Nineties, Herbert was remixing tracks for dance artists like Moloko, Motorbass, Alter Ego, and others

That would be some set. Rather, it's the albums issued under his surname alone, between 1996 and 2006: 100lbs, Around the House, Bodily Functions and Scale, all remastered with added bonus tracks and remixes. Also included is a collection of Herbert's early works, originally released on a series of long-lost 12-inches in the mid-'90s.