“New Theia: Tomorrow” Featured on Complex Music

The 2nd part of Starkey’s New Theia series, New Theia: Tomorrow, was featured on Complex Music, calling it “his most energetic release to date.” Check out the full article here. If you missed the release, check it out now on Eat the Bomb.

“New Theia: Today” Featured on Noiseporn

Popular Electronic Music site, Noiseporn, did a feature on Starkey’s new EP, New Theia: Today.  They gave a breakdown of every track on the release, saying, “[it] left me completely satiated, but still wanting more. Luckily, Starkey has hundreds of tracks to his name on tastemaker labels like Alpha Pup, Ninja Tune, Planet Mu and Smog. If you haven’t joined …

“New Theia: Today” Featured on Apple Music and iTunes

Starkey’s new EP on Eat the Bomb, New Theia: Today, was featured on the Electronic Music homepage on iTunes and in Apple Music. If you haven’t checked out the release yet, head here for a shortlist of links.

The Untz Feature “Henchman” from New Theia: Today

Head over to The Untz for a feature of Starkey’s new single, Henchman, taken from the forthcoming “New Theia: Today” EP. The article discusses the forthcoming Starkey EP as well as Eat the Bomb’s initial releases from Bleep Bloop and Noer the Boy. In case you missed it, here are a few store links for Henchman and pre-ordering “New Theia: Today”.

RA Review: Space Traitor Vol. 1

Starkey’s second LP Ear Drums & Black Holes exaggerated the skyward-looking nature of his ambitious instrumentals but was weighed down with a number of vocal tracks (as ever with mixed results). Six months or so after that album’s release on Planet Mu, the Philadelphian producer embarks on a series of EP releases for Civil Music that see him not so …