• Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid

    Reviewed by the milk factory (www.themilkfactory.com)

    <b> Luke Vibert </b> - Lover's Acid

    Although acid was always part of Luke Vibert’s musical make-up, and had infiltrated almost all his records in one way or another, it was not given a proper platform until YosepH a couple of years ago. Yet, Vibert had already managed to place a series of limited edition four-track twelve-inches filled up with his unmistakable blend of acid on Mike Paradinas’s Planet Mu, starting with the 95-99 EP released in 2000, then with Homewerk two years
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  • Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid

    Reviewed by chessbox (tinymixtapes.com)

    <b> Luke Vibert </b> - Lover's Acid

    Luke Vibert's Lover's Acid is only partially a new album from the man behind Plug and Wagon Christ. That is, four of the 12 tracks are new. The others come from the vinyl EPs Homewerk and 95-99, which you've likely never heard, unless you are really on top of your Luke Vibert shit. Lover's Acid, similar to Plug, is a very specific concept. As Plug was strictly a drum 'n bass outing, Lover's Acid is strictly, well, an acid album. The beats are pretty
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  • Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid

    Reviewed by Ali Burge (247, April 05)

    <b> Luke Vibert </b> - Lover's Acid

    With Aphex Twin having resumed his career with the Analord series of 12"s, it was only a matter of time before the man who first coined the term 'Analord' (meaning Analogue Lord) replied. Lover's Acid collects Vibert's two previous vinyls on Mu, as well as his latest opus from which it takes its name. As that name suggests, Vibert has rediscovered analogue acid sounds, weaving a tapestry of electronic cool on every track. Acid never sounded so great!

  • Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid

    Reviewed by AG (Blowback, April 05) (Blowback)

    <b> Luke Vibert </b> - Lover's Acid

    It's well worth pointing out that this is the third studio album from Vibert in a year. Kerrier District went back to deep Italo Disco, Wagon Christ was weird and wonderful: this is the deepest and most ballsy record Luke Vibert has seen involved in (in at least a year!) and truly suited to Planet Mu. Tweaking blips and banging percussion blended with some seriously sychedelic funk is Vibert's speciality here but there is far more... In parts it's
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