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1 review | 32 people love this record: be the 33rd! One of my all time favourite techno producers finally unleashes a full length as LB Dub Corp, seven years after he debuted the alias on his own Mote-Evolver label. LB Dub Corp differs to the fierce sci-fi techno he creates as Planetary Assault Systems, tempos are lower and the vibes housier and dubby. The oldskool early house music vibes of the tribal ‘Nearly Africa’ have a infectious ... »

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Unknown Origin by L.B. Dub Corp
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32 people love this record. Be the 33rd!
9/10 Ant Staff review, 08 November 2013

One of my all time favourite techno producers finally unleashes a full length as LB Dub Corp, seven years after he debuted the alias on his own Mote-Evolver label. LB Dub Corp differs to the fierce sci-fi techno he creates as Planetary Assault Systems, tempos are lower and the vibes housier and dubby. The oldskool early house music vibes of the tribal ‘Nearly Africa’ have a infectious embryonic Chicago flavor which is pure house magic with piano and male vocal with lyrics about racial harmony.

‘I Have a Dream’ has gorgeous devotional sounding synths that recall the elegance of Slater’s 7th Plain classics with Benjamin Zephaniah poping up with some profound and also humerous words. ‘Turner’s House’ is a playful Chi-town style jacker with marching snares, nothing fancy just stripped back good vibes. 'Any Time Will Be Okay’ is kinda dubby acid house reminding me of TM404. Finally Luke teams up with Ostgut Ton label mate Function for ‘Roller’. A mesmerising minimal deepspace techno jam with Function's hypnotic tension building repetition and Slater working his filtering magic. This one demands to be played on a big system for maximum effect where as much of the album can be enjoyed at home as well as in a club.


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