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There are two artists named Judda:
1) A fairly recent DNB producer with releases on modulation. His sound is grimey, deep and minimal!

2)Audiences ARE scared of Judda. People don’t want to set foot on the dancefloor in case the mohawked Pedro assualts them. Wax often has a scewdriver rammed through his nose for the occasion, He looks like Vic Rattlehead. Judda are difficult to interview: they dislike talking about music or lyrics. As Pedro says: Being out of your face at a club isn’t fuckin’ exciting, being out of your face at a our gigs is… It’s talking about music that’s boring. While Judda want to “have a fuckin’ great time, right up until the end:”, the flip side of their jovial sarcasm is laced with aggressive discontent. For Pedro personally, one raw nerve is the time his Dad spent under Fascist rule in Portugal. “People in this country really don’t know what’s like to live inder a fascist dictatorship. They don’t understand how lucky they are to be able to talk without having a gun pressed to their head.” Juddas EP will be available on Chrysalis Records in Mid-March. Be very afraid!
Jason Arnopp, Kerrang 1994.

Before NIN, RevCo, Ministry, Skinny Puppy etc. had even hit the shores of Britain there was JUDDA, mutated from punk, rock, psyko-billy and dance bands, these members regularly packed out places in and around London circa early 1990’s. Many labels tried to sign them, Chrysalis came close but soon pulled out when JUDDA decided to fight and slag-off everyone at their signing party.


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