• Luke Vibert - Chicago,Detroit,Redruth

    Reviewed by The Silent Ballet

    <b> Luke Vibert </b> - Chicago,Detroit,Redruth

    Okay, it’s a given that Luke Vibert brings the ‘hurt’. I mean, come on, it rhymes. One needs to only look at ‘I before E except after C’ or ‘beer before liquor; get sick quicker’ to validate this belief of if-it’s-true-it-must-rhyme-ism. Further proof on this universal law can be seen on track 6, “Clikilik”, but let’s pause for a bit before we get too far into Chicago, Detroit, Redruth (it’s Luke’s hometown if you’re wondering… har
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  • Luke Vibert - Chicago,Detroit,Redruth

    Reviewed by Pop Matters

    <b> Luke Vibert </b> - Chicago,Detroit,Redruth

    I typically end up starting off Luke Vibert reviews by talking about the ridiculous seven new albums and EPs he’s already put out just this year, under four different pseudonyms or whatever the specific year warrants. This time, I’ll spare you such an enumeration. Though Vibert seems to be maintaining the same prolific level of output as the last few years, his latest, Chicago, Detroit, Redruth is perhaps the most notable in a while. Whereas Vibert usually has a
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  • Luke Vibert - Chicago,Detroit,Redruth

    <b> Luke Vibert </b> - Chicago,Detroit,Redruth

    As Plug, Luke Vibert turned drum-and-bass breakbeats in on themselves. As Wagon Christ, he helped crystallize trip-hop's dread-filled MO. Under his own name, he's flittered about with a number of styles, with bright-eyed, songwriterly panache. On Chicago, Detroit, Redruth, Vibert corrals his many approaches into a cohesive album which plays like a career-spanning overview that happens to consist entirely of new material. All of it fits, and plenty of it is
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  • Luke Vibert - Chicago,Detroit,Redruth

    Reviewed by Total Music Magazine

    <b> Luke Vibert </b> - Chicago,Detroit,Redruth

    The latest release by prolific electronic mentalist Luke Vibert (who also records as Wagon Christ and Plug, amongst other pseudonyms) for Mike Paradinas' Planet Mu label. Vibert is one of the holy triumvirate of ‘90s UK dance producers (alongside Squarepusher and Aphex Twin) renowned for his eclectic mix of drum 'n' bass, breaks, trip hop, acid, in fact anything that damn well takes his fancy. If Mr D. James is noted for his love of dissonance and Mr Jenkinson for
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