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  1. Richard's arthritis is now too pronounced for him to twiddle knobs. He's only fit to be wheeled round various festivals in a kind of pimped Y-reg Davros/Popemobile contraption which is really just a hi-tech Japanese bidet on Good Year tyres. His food (mainly leeks) is liquidised and shot down his urethra via a catheter where it leeches through his duodenum and keeps his gnarled heart beating. Luke Vibert still visits him fortnightly, primarily to apply linctus. Richard tells him he looks like the boy who used to come and visit him. The wee Richard keeps in kilner jars has now phosphorised and is glowing at up to 1200 lumens. Richard is a spent old man.
  2. http://www.redbullmusicacademy.com/radioshow/radioshow_3828?template=RBMA_Radioshow%2Fplayer props if anyone knows how to save this
  3. http://www.blocweekend.com/uncategorized/luke-vibert-%E2%80%93-bloc11-set/
  4. Just stumbled upon this vid: @ 0:23 sec you see him on a couch with some very cool roland cushins. Info about the documentary by the maker here: Just asked when this'll be released, so now waiting for an answer, looks pretty cool!
  5. Been lurking on here on and off for years. Visiting London and realizing that this show wasn't posted here inspired me to make an account. If you'll be there and you want to grab a pint with a giant synth-minded American, drop me a message. http://www.residenta...ent.aspx?363891
  6. http://bleep.com/index.php?page=dynamic&am...le=warp20boxset phew, well it's not up my alley... looks very nicely done though. not as nice as the warp 10 boxes i don't think though, the images look a tiny bit too much like audioslave album covers... though i think they were more going for something like that section 25(?) cover on factory records.. but unreleased tracks from autechre, elekroids and boards of canada sounds good. clearly no aphex involvement as if there was they'd be making a big thing of it, so think that can be nipped in the bud.
  7. Now in it’s fifth year, for 2012 the Bangface Weekender festival will be moving to a new home in Cornwall from 15th – 17th September. Fittingly the festival have booked Aphex Twin, Luke Vibert and will be hosting a Rephlex 21st Birthday Showcase. More on Warp.net Warp - Records - Aphex Twin - Exclusive UK performance at Bangface Weekender, Cornwall Connect with Warp, subscribe to the Mailing List and explore more RSS feeds here View the full article
  8. On Saturday 2nd June Soundcrash takes it back to basics for an evening of live electronics, featuring headline sets from three original acid innovators. This is all taking place at a secret East London warehouse, for a night not to be missed! Topping the bill will be non-other than Luke Vibert. When he’s not busy donning his Wagon Christ and Plug aliases this pioneering music maker can be found making dance floors across the world move to his unique amalgamation of acid, drum’n'bass, techno, hip hop, electro and whatever else he fancies throwing in the pot!! With a whopping 21 albums under his belt and long term ties to Rephlex, Ninja Tune, Warp Records and Planet Mu, expect a journey into the outer regions of the electronic galaxy. Making a rare London appearance, Manchester legends 808 State will be perform a special live soundsystem set. Since penning the classics ‘Pacific State’ and ‘Cubik’ , their influence can be felt right across much of today’s electronic music scene, as it did on the trio’s formation in 1987. Their diverse sets encompass an intoxicating and hedonistic blend of techno, house and classic electronica. Finishing of this already bumper line up is a gentleman who requires no introduction, Ceephax Acid Crew, with his tongue in cheek 8bit acid twist. Andy Jenkinson (brother to a certain Squarepusher) has been donning his musical hat since 1997 and is famed for his storming analogue live sets. Further special guests will be announced soon! Tickets available @ http://www.soundcras...<!--NoParse1-->
  9. Throwing up the last of my record collection because I figure it would be better for someone to have them that appreciates them rather than them just sitting in my storage unit. AFX: Analogue Bubblebath 3.1, Powerpill: Pac-Man, Universal Indicator Red AE: Oversteps, Peel Session 2, Gantz Graf Bit Meddler: Shitmix 2000 Black Moth Super Rainbow: Drippers 10" BoC: The Geogaddi promo in the turquoise sleeve w/ a turquoise hexagon label Bola: Fyuti, Mauver Boom Bip: Seed to Sun, Mannequin Hand Trapdoor I Reminder single Brothomstates: Rktic single, Claro Hrvatski: Swarm & Dither, Attention: Cats (KFW under many different names, one of his earliest records) LFO: LFO 7" single Luke VIbert: Homewerk Plaid: Rest Proof Clockwork, P-Brane EP PP Roy: 7Up Req: Sketches Squarepusher: Conumber EP, Vic Acid, The single sided Do You Know Squarepusher release (WAP155), Welcome to Europe single Universal Indicator: Red, Yellow, and Blue Venetian Snares: Doll Doll Doll, Songs About My Cats, and the Snares Man! Breakbeat Malaria 7" second pressing Wevie Stonder: Stoat Various Artists: All Tomorrow Parties 1.0 (Autechre: All Tomorrows Linoleum), Planet-Mu Crimials '02, Lexoleum One and Two, Warp20 Box Set Planet-Mu 7" series: Hrvatski, Nautilis, Electronic Music Composer, Weaver001, Local, Ambulance I also have a bunch of Pink Floyd, Queen, ACDC, and other classic rock that used to belong to my parents if you're into that kind of stuff. I'm in the US, will ship anywhere, but buyer pays shipping, PM me or reply here for more info/offers. I'll gladly give descriptions/pictures of all records and sleeves upon request.
  10. " SUBSTANCE presents REPHLEX RECORDS DJ STINGRAY (URBAN TRIBE/DETROIT) ALEKSI PERALA - LIVE MONOLITH - LIVE Friday 20 April 2012 The Bongo Club, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh Advance ticket details coming soon http://www.rephlex.com/ http://www.substance-audio.com/ We are massively proud to be given the blessing to host an infamous Rephlex Records party. For the uninitiated, Rephlex was established by Richard D James aka Aphex Twin and Grant Wilson-Claridge in 1991 and, during its 21 year existence, has released some of the most amazing, genre defying, mind bending electronic music ever made. Think Squarepusher, AFX, Luke Vibert, Drexciya and many more ... In conjunction with the Rephlex management, we have selected two live acts – Monolith and Aleksi Perala – who are considered to be amongst THE outstanding label talents to represent the braindance ethos in 2012. Monolith’s album ‘Welcome’ received great plaudits earlier in the year, whilst Perala will be previewing his new material and the next full length Rephlex release (‘mental sub bass and pure harmonics like mother nature’s dub’). As a special one-off treat, Sherard Ingram aka DJ Stingray is jetting in from Detroit to take up the realms as the trusted Rephlex selector. Stingray made his name as the DJ for the legendary Drexciya, but is now also a production collaborator with Gerald Donald and a core member of the Urban Tribe project, which has seen two full length releases on Rephlex and counts Carl Craig, Anthony 'Shake' Shakir and Kenny Dixon Jr (Moodymann) as members. Expect a quickfire mix of electro bass and techno, alongside some bonifide Rephlex classics. An Edinburgh first on all counts, unmissable! ____ SAVE THE BONGO CAMPAIGN: Edinburgh University is currently adamant that they will proceed with the eviction and nowhere has yet been provided as a suitable replacement space... If you want to help BONGO please sign this… https://www.change.org/petitions/edinburgh-university-edinburgh-city-council-the-scottish-government-stop-the-eviction-of-the-bongo "
  11. so that recent track ID topic got me thinking there was this one great hardcore jungle track that I've never been able to identify. It's from the old Pukkelpop set (with Luke Vibert). Here's the track: http://youtu.be/gH10jpzWvWs And if that helps anyone, it contains the sample "don't go with strangers" used in this hip hop track: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIvJJ9ouSF8
  12. ∆ICASEA SELECT 028 SQUISH KIBOSH / HALF-CUT TRANSITIONS Featuring: / Martin Patton - Glare / Luke Vibert - Cash 'n' Carry Acid / Anti-Pop Consortium - Superunfrontable / Captain Gascid - Rasping We Are / Koolmorf Widesen - Drava / Hell Interface - The Midas Touch / The Ace Of Clubs - Benefist / Fatima Yamaha - What's A Girl To Do / Matmos - Memento Mori / Last Step - Baby Powder / Last Step - Showboat / EOD - Threshid - EAP / Acid Druid - Hazed Forest / Vibert / Simmonds - Hurtin' Cyst / Aphex Twin - Xtal / The Step - Yeah You (Robert's Remix) / Madonna - Lucky Star / Mitch Murder - 84th Precinct / Neil Scrivin - Work of the Observers / Cylob - Brain In A Jar / Fabien Porée - Chanson sympa / Remano Eszildn - Audio80 / 100% Genuine - Katrina / Ceephax Acid Crew - Denizlispor / Artist: SQUISH KIBOSH Location: UK Date: 2012 http://www.icasea.net (download is at the top of the page currently, enjoy ;) )
  13. IMPAKT presents THE BLACK DOG www.theblackdogma.com www.soundcloud.com/the-black-dog LUKE VIBERT www.wagonchrist.com ROB HALL www.myspace.com/ad_vanz www.soundcloud.com/robdashhalldotcodotuk KYOA www.soundcloud.com/kyoa-1 D-TRONIK www.myspace.com/nicodtronik www.soundcloud.com/d-tronik SCH!ZOPHONIC www.schizophonic.be www.soundcloud.com/schizophonic Running Order : 22:00 - 23:30 - Impakt DJ's 23:30 - 01:30 - Luke Vibert - DJ Set 01:30 - 03:30 - The Black Dog - DJ Set 03:30 - 04:30 - Rob Hall - DJ Set Price : 16 € Place : Claridge - Chaussée de Louvain / Leuvensesteenwag, 24 - 1210 Brussels Info : www.facebook.com/impaktbrussels www.facebook.com/events/241304759280392/
  14. My new Chevron album "Obstacles" is available to pre-order now on Bandcamp! Out on the 27th February, there are 11 unreleased tracks to check out. To celebrate you can now treat your loved one to exclusive Valentine's remixes by Luke Vibert, DMX Krew, Mark Archer + EOD! Download "Obstacles Remixes" and pre-order "Obstacles" at the following link http://www.chevron.bandcamp.com Exclusive videos by Ceephax Acid Crew and Shitmat coming soon! Big love, Chevvers x
  15. http://percussionlab...s_a_groovy_trip Kraftwerk – Kristallo – Philips – 1973 Jimmy Edgar – Personal Information – Warp Records – 2006 Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5 – Scorpio – Sugar Hill Records – 1982 Legowelt – A Poweful Vision – Strange Life Recordings – 2009 Ultramagnetic MC’s – Moe Luv’s Theme – Next Plateau Records Inc. – 1988 EOD – 90 – EAP – 2005 DMX Krew – Channel Pressure – Strange Life Records – 2010 Global Goon – breakourtg – [unreleased] – 2010 AFX – Canticle Drawl – Rephlex – 2005 Luke Vibert – Analord – Planet Mu – 2000 Mr. Fingers – Can You Feel It – Trax Records – 1986 Can – I Want More – Virgin – 1976 Upstanding Monk – Cosmic Leaf – [unrealeased] – 2011 Made – Type Tactical – Skam – 2001 Flying Lotus – Infinitum (Exile Remix) – Warp Records – 2008 Games – Midi Drift – Hippos in Tanks – 2010 Nite Jewel – Weak For Me – Human Ear Music – 2008 Robert Normandeau – Bédé – Empreintes DIGITALes – 1990 Bruce Haack – Goodbye – Dimension 5 – 1969 Team Doyobi – Soft Ocean Extract – Skam – 2004 Team Doyobi – Cassette – Skam – 2002 Public Enemy – War at 33⅓ – Def Jam Recordings – 1990
  16. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpHRy60ZQaE
  17. LUKE VIBERT @ RESET #3 - HALLES DE SCHAERBEEK - BRUSSELS BE - 14/09/2007 - 01:45:56 - 97,1 Mo - 128 kbps No Tracklist
  18. Just been announced Luke Vibert is going to play, someone told me lots of "bonermaterial" to be announced.. :) Can't find an english sort of info site, but here's the facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oncuponafestival
  19. im thinking about a dec 21 2012 release. im going mad trying to figure out which stuff to put out. im contemplating sticking to the old plan which was basically to horde it for eternity. its hard categorizing this much music. what are some ideas on releasing music? releases that are from certain time periods are amazing. its like a little nugget of time saved in the form of music. this isnt going to be as exciting though for anyone else but the musician. one could release music based on style, though it seems random and incohesive to me to throw together tracks from different time periods. again, the listener wouldnt know the difference, but a release should mean as much or more to the artist than anyone else. someone once said, "release your best stuff". i think this is the most solid method of releasing music, however it doesnt seem to take into account, the aforementioned incoherent structuring of the time and history of that particular music. some of my favorite albums have been made this way, taking tracks from different decades even, and mixing tracks from all sorts of time periods, places and recording setups, and it works amazing sometimes. still, the nugget of time concept is more beautiful and more my style. i already have a bunch of mini albums for myself, there is something about releasing music though that should have a sense of inclusion for the listener. another issue is my constant improvement as a musician. i feel every 6 months or so, sometimes more frequently, i become a considerably better musician and producer. i just keep learning, and it really shines in my music as time progresses. i dont want to release something and then regret it a year later. im so glad that i havent released my music yet, some of my music hasnt aged as well as i thought it would, although some of it has aged beautifully. i remember an interview with luke vibert, where he mentioned releasing his music. he would have his complete set of work, release it, and then listen to it a couple of weeks later and realizing he should have changed this or that. that is completely unnecessary to me. for some reason i feel a strong sense of art in the releasing of my music, i dont really understand a lot of these artists who seem to just toss out new albums like candy ever few months or so. some of my oldest memories of which im most fond of, are of how i used to collect all the albums of my favorite bands. i used to just listen to them in the late hours of night in my bedroom. i would lay out the entire discography of the band in chronological order and just look at it. i would study and analyze it. my mind would enter into fantastic realms of wonderment. it was everything i used to think about. i used to dream that one day, "that will be me", and ill release amazing music that im really proud of and worked hard on. i dont want my album being anything less than that, and there is no reason for it not to be. some of the my my memorable experiences in early adulthood have been simply owning records. richard d james album, kid a, to name a couple, had an incredibly powerful effect on the outcome of my life. if i could recreate that experience for someone else with my music, i would be honored anyway, other considerations are about the formatting. is this a vinyl only record? should this music be put online? will there be marketing involved, and what level of publicity do we want here. are we willing to advertise, and perhaps charge for the record? what kind of goals have been set as to the future of the artist and albums to come? will this record be self released? should we attempt to get it on a relatively decent label? will i start my own label for the music and future releases to come? ive put off putting my music out there for years for the above and similar reasons. some new ideas into this project would be a breathe of fresh air for me, and might help untangle the mess of thoughts i have surrounding my music. maybe im thinking about it too much or taking it too seriously. anyway, the irony is in that none of my music is finished yet is all this nonsense? perhaps. is it careful? indeed
  20. This should interest some of you WATMM crew, wicked lineup for the Christmas party this year. Luke Vibert Ragga Twins DJ Starscream DMX Crew Ceephax Acid Crew DJ Producer Rowland the Bastard Kitech Stazma the Junglechrist Dankle The Parliamentalist Unity Scoop 24 Saint Acid More tbc... Elektrowerkz, Angel, December 16th. Have some of that!
  21. In 1996 Blue Angel Recordings (later Blue Planet) an imprint of the legendary Rising High label released the Drum ‘N’ Bass for Papa album by Plug AKA Luke Vibert. In early 2011, Luke Vibert told Ninja Tune that he found some long-lost never heard before DATs dated 1995-1998 from his Plug moniker. Ninja Tune have none done the graceful thing and just recently released a collection of tracks from the same era with the brilliant “Back On Time” album. It’s pretty brilliant so we decided to have a few words with the man about his Plug side… Bleep: Has re-listening / re-visiting the Plug project influenced your current music making? Plug: No – it feels like a different person made it… B: How has your music making process changed from when you first made Drum ‘n’ Bass for Papa? P: I used hardware then, sequenced by an ancient Atari, and now I just use my laptop, so it’s pretty different… B: Is the recording process / production process different from your other material under different monikers? P: No, I just use whatever I have at the time… I can’t make the music of Plug anymore [or I would!] but it was hours of going through samples then hours of putting them together/cutting them up/arranging them etc… I don’t really have that kind of time these days. B: Who do you listen to these days? P: Same old shit as always really…Funk, Jazz, Moog music, Easy Listening, Disco – anything interesting. I hardly ever listen to anything new (perhaps cos I spend so much time making it). B: Can you envisage producing under another moniker in the future? P: Sure…especially if I start making stuff that doesn’t really sound like anything I’ve done before (which admittedly hasn’t happened for a while now!). Although my usual reason for new monikers was cos I’d signed with a new record label and had to make a new name up! “Plug – Back On Time” is available to buy now on “Bleep“ View the full article
  22. New Japan benefit compilation Including tracks from Autechre (6582 I suppose), DJ Stingray, Freeform, Luke Vibert, Russell Haswell, VHS Head, Takeshi Muto and loads more.
  23. old skool legend Mark Archer (Altern8 / Nexus 21 / Dj Nex) is re-releasing the rave anthem Frequency The original has been reworked to modern production standards and will be available for free download there will also be a super limited edition yellow 12" vinyl featuring four new remixes - from Luke Vibert, DMX Krew, AGT Rave Cru, and Killa Productions (aka Ben Sims & Paul Mac) you can preview & pre-order here: bandcamp digital & vinyl will go on general sale on Oct 31st, though to guarantee a copy of the yellow vinyl, pre-ordering is advised! hmm, sorry about double post! not sure how that happened..... replies just add to original post....?
  24. Mark Archer's rebuild of the classic 1991 Altern8 rave anthem FREQUENCY is out today, for completely free download! Reconstructed from the original samples, a completely accurate rebuild but now in stereo, with modern mastering & production standards balkanvinyl.bandcamp.com/album/frequency-remixes Also available are remixes by Luke Vibert, Ed Dmx, AGT Rave Cru, and Killa Productions (aka Ben Sims & Paul Mac) Plus, exclusive to bandcamp, are two extra remixes by Chevron and Datassette. Also, by purchasing from bandcamp, most of the purchase price goes directly to the artist & label. A limited edition 12" yellow vinyl version is also available, find it at the usual shops...only 500 copies worldwide.
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