• Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid

    Reviewed by GA (Other Music) (Other Music)

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

    If you ask me, Luke Vibert has been on a winning streak lately. Under the aliases of Wagon Christ, Kerrier District as well as his own name, Mr. Vibert has been releasing a steady stream of quality dance music for the better part of two years now. From shifty disco to instrumental hip-hop and broken beat workouts, he's proven his versatility and maneuverability in the often cluttered world of contemporary electronic music. That brings us to his latest
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  • Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid

    Reviewed by Mike Schiller (popmatters.com)

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

    Should an album exist just because an artist happens to have enough material to create one? Such a dubious raison d'être seems to be plenty for Luke Vibert and the usually pretty neat Planet Mu record label, the parties responsible for Vibert's latest full length, Lover's Acid. Lover's Acid is a compilation of the three 12" EPs that Vibert has recorded to date for Planet Mu, the most recent of which is also called Lover's Acid -- evidently, coming up
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  • Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid

    Reviewed by Mark Richardson (Pitchfork)

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

    Lotta acid in 2005. Apparently the long elliptical orbit of music fashion has brought the squelchy buzz of the 303 back into view. It's just the tip of the iceberg, I'm sure, but in the last couple months I've sifted through all the AFX Analord releases, digested Uwe Schmidt's faux comp Acid Evolution 1988-2003, Soul Jazz's Chicago acid house disc, and this, Luke Vibert's collection of three acid-themed 12-inches put out by Planet Mu. Of the newly
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  • Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid

    Reviewed by Gary Suarez (brainwashed.com)

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

    From the start, I didn't have much hope for Luke Vibert's latest, a CD reissue of his two Planet Mu records, 2002's Homewerk and 2000's '95-'99, with four previously unreleased bonus tracks. Upon hearing a handful the MP3 samples from the Planet Mu website prior to its release, I was brought back to the grand letdown that was his lackluster YosepH album on Warp Records, which I referred to back in 2003 as "a journey far away from the dancefloor to a
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