Prior to the release of Keep The Grime On, VU Recordings have released four 12 vinyl singles and one CD single. Feeling Good, Urban Uproar, Countries @ War, and Eye of the Storm, have all been well received by the underground club market especially Eye Of The Storm which was picked up by MTVs Party Hard Also Militant 24-7 taken from KTGO was chosen as TV title music for BBC 2s Asian arts and culture programme; Desi DNA, whilst a selection of VU tracks have also seen their way onto a variety of compilation albums including FabricLive15 and Peace Not War Vol II. Emergency Basslines : Dr Das's first album since leaving ADF was released on VU Recordings Nov 2006 Reflecting Visionary Undergrounds independent nature, VU Recordings was created to overcome the lethargy and lack of opportunity in the music industry. "When no-one gives you an opportunity you have to make your own..." A sign of the times, VU have embraced Internet technology and acknowledge it as a powerful tool that can help you reach people all over the world. Since our conception we have always given away many mp3 downloads from the VU site.
"Its a good way of introducing people to our sound and also gives something back to all those that have been supporting us." Over the past five years VU have worked with and remixed for a host of artists including: Asian Dub Foundation, Nitin Sawhney, Aref Durvesh (Tabla Maestro), Chandru (bollywoodstrings.com), Pandit Dinesh (Tabla and percussion guru), MC Navigator (of Freestylers fame) & Sonia Mehta (Indian vocalist). 2007/08 sees VU's live show joined once again by special guest Dr Das (Original founder member and formerly of Asian Dub Foundation) on bass. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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