VVWI was so confident about Richard Seeley's talent that we asked him be the first ever release on VVWI. And his track Juicy Vermin, lead single for the EP for the same name, was immediately snapped up by Bpitch for Ellen Allien's Boogy Bytes compilation.
Since then he's signed further tracks of rolling techno to Rekkid's sister label Rek'd, remixed Aminatas on Electric Sheep to raves from Gabriel Ananda, Garnier, Tim Green and Tommy Four Seven, and here's his second single for us - the darkly groovy Shrugg Binge and the even darker Friggot...
"I like it! Sureplay." - Style of Eye
"friggot is a monster" - Nick Warren
"Another dark and twisted release from the camp of wrong!" - Filthy Rich
"Good techno work!" - DJ Ralf
"Uuuuuhhhhhh yeah baby! This shit rocks!" - D.Ramirez
"Both are NUTZ." - Greg Churchill
"quality stuff dark twisted but groovy as hell..." - Emerson Todd
"Deeply serious music. Was very happy to hear this! It gives me hope." - Abe Duque
"Friggot is cool :-) Very Very Dark Indeed!" - Lewis Ryder
"Love this! Shrugg Binge is the nuts!" - Mistress De Funk
"Friggot is Ã¼bercool." - Parham
"Fucking marvelous!" - Tommy 4 Seven
"Friggot is big, love it" - Marcus Vector
"First one good tool" - Ivan Smagghe
"Killer release" - Alex Flitsch (Connaisseur Recordings)
"Wow this is really dark. I like it." - Alland Byallo (Kontrol)
"I like the tumbling rhythms of Shrugg Binge" - Philip Sherburne
"Killer bassline on Friggot. Great stuff." - Drowned In Sound
"Wicked, pounding, yet oddly beautiful beats on Friggot." - Time Out New York
All tracks written and produced by Richard Seeley.
Published by Musiqware Publishing.
Roadtested at veryverywrongindeed on tour - London, Ibiza and all points between.
(P) and (C) Veryverywrongindeed Recordings 2009.
Tim Sheridan and label management: email@example.com.