Luke Vibert Vinyl, CD & tapes by Luke Vibert at Norman Records
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Luke Vibert has been at this long enough to earn legendary status, right? Especially if you throw his Plug and Wagon Christ releases into the mix. Arcadia is his new 12” which mixes funky acid with uptempo electro underpinned by 303 basslines. It was mastered by Matt Colton at Alchemy and has artwork by The Designers Republic. On Belgian label De:tuned
Luke Vibert’s new record is titled UK Garave Vol. 1, and that ain’t a typo: this is all about the magical 90’s merging of the rave scene with UK Garage. Vibert has of course been immersed in wonky electronic music for years, so he’s the perfect person to be mixing up all the classic tropes and touches of this vintage period. Fun-time double LP on Hypercolour.
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As part of an exciting new project, the bulging archives of the International Library of African Music have been opened to a range of contemporary producers. On this 12”, With You, Luke Vibert and Clap! Clap! all make a track using Hugh Tracy’s recordings (made over a 50 year period!). Talented names, amazing source material: what’s not to like?
Acid royalty Luke Vibert returns to the I Love Acid series for his second installment. Two all analogue/all hardware acid jams fit for every hardcore acid head out there… let me know if you find any other kind. Limited to 303 copies, physical versions only, hand stamped and what not. Old skool. All true.
Release the tenth from I Love Acid. Four hot-and-heavy dancing tracks from experienced acidic producers DJ Pierre, Luke Vibert, Hardfloor and Posthuman, none of them wasting any time cutting to the squelchy chase. Pressed to 180g vinyl in an hand-numbered edition of (oh yes) 808 copies! On Balkan Vinyl.
Luke Vibert returns with a new full-length that recalls many of the paths he has so expertly trodden before. Thoroughly funky breaks underpin everything, the rest of these tracks being made up of a kaleidoscopic variety of samples, melodies and tightly tweaked little details. Bizarster is a busily fun record, released by Planet Mu.
More tardy spookiness comes from Luke Vibert, who clearly hasn't got the memo: Halloween is a one in, one out deal. Part 2 of his post-festivities EP goes in for more of an acid vibe, harder and stronger than its predecessor and complemented by some fitting feature remixes: FaltyDL is out to play, as is Tom Demac, who gives Vibert's work his own special workout.
Spooky vibes! The press release for this one tries to impress upon us what Halloween is, though I think I can do it one better: it's when scary shit happens but you're too busy eating pizza in your house to notice. Luke Vibert is releasing his EP on that famed day, a collection of gruesome acid tunes that bring to mind the grittiest and bloodiest side of Halloween. With lots of zombiefied 303 bassline and vampiric vocals, Vibert gets nice and festive.
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