• Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid

    Reviewed by Neil Gardner (Rock Sound)

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

    Another year another label for the dextrous Mr Vibert. 'Lover's Acid' collects together a series of analogue acid 12-inches, recorded for Mike Paradinas' excellent Planet Mu imprint between 00-04. In many ways a sister release to 'Yoseph', out on Warp last year, it's another mixed bag of styles. The title track is slow and dreamily contemplative, while the aggressive 'Prik Tat' rocks like a prime Danny Breaaks off-cut. 'Dirty Fucker', perhaps a
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  • Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid

    Reviewed by Ben Murphy (speakerspushtheair.com)

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

    The first summer of love in 1968 was built on a foundation of counter-cultural politics, far-out rock, kaftans and very powerful hallucinogenic drugs. Canoodling hippy couples were seeing tangerine trees in each other's eyes, fuelled by potent lover's acid. Groovy baby!

    Come the second summer of love - 1988 to be precise - the drug of choice was the disco biscuit, a rather different drug which nonetheless had the ability to transform the most
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