• Luke Vibert - '95-'99

    Reviewed by matthijs (Beats mag)

    Luke Vibert - '95-'99

    Everyone's favorite sampling loon Luke Vibert (Wagon Christ, Plug) returns with a cute twelve inch supposedly filled with leftovers from his youth. Not that this youth took place all that long ago, but if you compare the tracks on this disc to those on his more recent offerings, you get the distinct impression that someone has been through an inordinate amount of growth over the past few years. Is this the same Luke Vibert who stopped a nice, easy tearjerker halfway
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  • Luke Vibert - '95-'99

    Reviewed by Chris Z (Re:mote Induction)

    Luke Vibert - '95-'99

    Releasing several things as Plug and Wagon Christ, Luke Vibert has established himself in several musical circles - drum 'n bass, hip-hop, trip-hop, etc. On his newest release on mu-ziq's Planet Mu, he includes four songs recorded, I suppose, from 1995 to 1999 - and like I expected, they're very good. I only wish there was more of it.

    Luke Vibert's solo style is a sort of funky hip-hop type thing that would feel right at home on a label like Ninja Tune. If music
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