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Posted on May 25, 2000 | No CommentsThe latest in a series of new signings at Paul Arnold’s Certificate 18 is Stuart Cullen, who followed Hi-Ryze’s contribution to the Electronic Projects sub-division of the label with some stripped out electronica. His debut LP “Antenna” is hard to describe with light melodics and thin synths easing the way forward for broken, lo-fi beats. Kingsley Marshall met Stuart in his studio in Brighton, to talk about his recent successes.