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  1. 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.
  2. http://markarcher.co.uk/news/frequency-remixes/
  3. Just in case any of you happen to live in Berlin, Luke Vibert is DJing at the Icon club tonight: http://www.iconberlin.de/detail.php?id=399
  4. Soundcrash takes you on a sonic adventure to the far reaches of the sonic galaxy with five consummated sound explorers at the controls. Join us on this journey as we hand over the reins of the KOKO mother-ship to LA’s Daedelus launching his new AV set, Luke Vibert aka Wagon Christ aka Captain Acid, Brainfeeder’s Kutmah and his black box of delights plus the Hidden Orchestra, who’ll be coming out of hiding to deliver a full live show. Everyone’s favourite Victorian-garmented futurist is set to turn entire worlds upside down from his podium at KOKO with his deft skills, elegant flair and wild imagination. Unveiling a brand new AV set for the first time in the UK tonight, the Ninja tune and Brainfeeder sound sculptor will create his brand of exotica dance music in front of your own eyes with the aid of his trusty Monome and approximately 5 and a half tons of talent. For this show Daedelus will unveil Archimedes for the first time in Europe, a spectacular wall of moving mirrors and lights which makes for the perfect backdrop to this genius’ musical invnetions. You can always count on Luke Vibert to rip it up from his laptop at any event, be it as Wagon Christ or as himself he will always deliver the goods. As hard to describe as he is to track down, Luke’s sets shine for their unpredictability, but you know you will definitely be getting a healthy dose of acid bleeps, some wobbly basslines and bruised feet. Just the way it should be. Djs don’t get much better than Kutmah. The eclectic quick-mixing firebrand cut his teeth at the legendary Low-End Theory nights in LA playing alongside the likes of Flying Lotus and the Gaslamp Killer and in many respects surpassing them with his flawless mixing and sick music selections. From reggae to dubstep, punk and hip hop, styles merge into one relentless deluge of ill beats. Kutmah cannot be overlooked. Last but not least come the Hidden Orchestra, a truly hidden gem hailing from Scotland to deliver their much-loved live show with two drummers; and a mixture of deep electronica with jazz (and a sprinkling of krautrock) that is making the delights of crowds the world over. Make sure you get in early for this! Info & tickets here: http://www.soundcrashmusic.com/daedelus-luke-vibert/ EVENT UPDATE: we are very pleased to announce that Daedelus will be flying in the mighty Archimedes to make its European debut at KOKO. Imagined by Daedelus, created with the expertise of Emmanuel Biard and David Leonard, and premiered on Daedelus’ Magical Properties Tour Archimedes is essentially a bespoke mechanised wall of moving mirrors. In time with the music Archimedes twists lights and flips images projected from its base, amplifying the already-ecstatic light show for a unique visual experience. Remember to bring your spare face when you go see this and don’t forget to check Archimedes and Daedelus in action here, words don’t really make Archimedes justice. http://dipdive.com/member/Daedelus/media/176172
  5. You know, stuff like this. Music made in the 50s, 60s, and 70s for commercials, TV, radio, movies, or generally whatever. There's a lot of it out there, and most of it is really obscure and hard to find. So those of you WATMMers who are into this style of music, please post your favorites! Luke Vibert did a couple compilations of Library music: http://www.discogs.com/Various-Nuggets-Luke-Viberts-Selection/master/121687 http://www.discogs.com/Various-Luke-Viberts-Further-Nuggets/master/54394 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMNG_X-7ZzA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0vgmN5XPH8&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfwJSb44hhU
  6. now, I know there's a thread for this already in 'upcoming releases' but loads of y'all don't check that, and since it's for a good cause I thought it was worth mentioning over here as well. it's SO close to hitting the target so I'm giving it another push on teh interwebs, so if any of you can spare a couple of quid / dollars and get some damn good music for the effort, that would be awesome. a compilation of tracks - from the likes of LFO, Ben Sims, Luke Vibert, Global Goon, Slipmatt, and many more - raising cash for the DEC's East Africa Famine Relief campaign basically - it's free to download, and you can choose to donate as much as you please (either via bandcamp or justgiving) [youtubehd]7BN307NY16Y[/youtubehd]
  7. http://icasea.bandcamp.com/album/benefit-compilation-for-japan Autechre was getting a lot of hype in their forum for their track on this BUT NOBODY MENTIONED THE LUKE VIBERT TRACK And while it's got repeated samples, as ever, I really do think this is a new record for the number of different vocal samples in one track perhaps even edging out Belief File with all the Yous and it's a pretty hot groove to boot go check it~
  8. Well, the problem is that I really don't have any idea of which music should I have: Let's start: I have absolutely ALL key albums of Richard D. James (and all his aliases*), Brian Eno, Luke Vibert*, Squarepusher, Aleksi Perala*, Boards of Canada, CKY, Turbonegro, Tim Hecker, Steve Roach, Autechre, Biosphere, The Black Dog, Chris Clark, Susumo Yokata, The Flashbulb, 76:14 (the album), Kettel, Nobukazu Takemura, Plaid, RATM, Thievery Corpotation, Venetian Snares... yeah, you know them all, and that's like all the musicians I really, really like. Look, I know you'll be like "wtf dude, go search yourself"... I do, but I can't really find any other artist with that same feeling of hearing something unique like those above, and I know you know. The priorities in my listening experience are: -mostly, without a singer (just the music) -with an ambient touch -with dynamics (like, I hate listening the same minimal loop all over and over for 7 minutes) Can you tell me more like those? Any similar artist to those up and there KEY albums and, if it's possibly my priorities, but with similar I'm fine.
  9. I've been aware of The Who and this album literally as far back as I can remember, but I actually only bothered to listen to it this week on some whim (never been keen on The Who, I always thought that smashing-up-gear-on-stage palaver was a bit over the top). It's ace, one of the most fun albums I've ever heard, with some ingenious lyrics and performances. The intermittent radio jingles add a whole lot more to it. They might have done better albums, and I'm going to start checking them out from now on, but any lovers of Sell Out here? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfpIYXOGgLM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wiUUoEzHRqg (Didn't Luke Vibert or someone also sample the jingle at the beginning?) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7As8L-0bwsM It even has some IDM song-titles (Odorono, Medac, Rael).
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    mixcloud Daft Punk - Da Funk Justice - Genesis Krs 1/ Ice Cube - Men Off Steal Acapella Crystal Castles - Baptism Clark - New Year Storm Ra - 04ev.Panic (Venetian Snares 3rd X Thry 3v3rything Rmx) Telepath - Bells Phil Western - Pontiac Pigeon Download - Cunning Meat Beat Manifesto - Flute Thang Meat Beat Manifesto - Horn Of Jericho Plateau - Bubba Purple Iamamiwhoami - T++ Afx - Bobby Digilord Glass Candy - Candy Castle Squarepusher - My Red Hot Car Luke Vibert - Acidisco Arpanet - Infinite Density Wisp - Beudumaegen-Fwyh Venetian Snares - Hajnal Ludacris - Stand Up (Acapella) Kone - Woah, War, Wow Ceephax Acid Crew - Play Your Cards Right Acid Horse - No Name, No Slogan (Cabaret Voltaire Mix) Aux 88 - Electro Slaves Aphex Twin - Xmd 5a Autechre - Eutow
  11. http://www.percussionlab.com/sets/upstanding_monk/vol-2_feud_of_the_universe You gentlemen know the score ;): Theme for Tetsuo Bullet man - Nine Inch Nails Music is Math - Boards of Canada The Beckoning Pulse of Discordia - H.p Sneakstep Wonderful Bastard - Raoul Sinier Cottage - Aleski Perala Paperbag Writer - Radiohead Go Straight - Yuzo Koshiro Ghill - Lory D Lost Vessel - Drexciya Planet Zebes - Arrival on Crateria - Kenji Yamamoto Peschi - Reload Brinstar Overgrown with Vegetation - Kenji Yamamoto Work Them - Ramadanman What is House (LFO remix) - LFO Tragoch Acid - Impakt Seconds - The Human League Point 98 Mix - DJ Mike Dred In Vino Veritas - Monolog X Evil - Wladimir M Devil Ray Cove - Drexciya When the Sky Fell Down - Anodyne Ram - Zoviet France Orch Garage - Luke Vibert Flying 10ch - NHKyx Benefist - Luke Vibert Xtal - APhex Twin Not tonight - Upstanding Monk Stone in Focus - Aphex Twin Globy Dubes, Champeen of All Americky - Global Goon
  12. Soundcrash takes you on a sonic adventure to the far reaches of the galaxy with 4 consummated sound explorers at the controls. Join us on a journey through the most colorful soundscapes known to man as we hand over the reins of the KOKO mother-ship to LA’s Daedelus launching his new AV set, Luke Vibert aka Wagon Christ aka Captain Acid, Brainfeeder’s Kutmah and his black box of delights plus the Hidden Orchestra, who’ll be coming out of hiding to deliver a full live show. Everyone’s favourite Victorian-garmented futurist is set to turn entire worlds upside down from his podium at KOKO with his deft skills, elegant flair and wild imagination. Unveiling a brand new AV set for the first time in the UK tonight, the Ninja tune and Brainfeeder sound sculptor will create his brand of exotica dance music in front of your own eyes with the aid of his trusty Monome and approximately 5 and a half tons of talent. You can always count on Luke Vibert to rip it up from his laptop at any event, be it as Wagon Christ or as himself he will always deliver the goods. As hard to describe as he is to track down, Luke’s sets shine for their unpredictability, but you know you will definitely be getting a healthy dose of acid bleeps, some wobbly basslines and bruised feet. Just the way it should be. Djs don’t get much better than Kutmah. The eclectic quick-mixing firebrand cut his teeth at the legendary Low-End Theory nights in LA playing alongside the likes of Flying Lotus and the Gaslamp Killer and in many respects surpassing them with his flawless mixing and sick music selections. From reggae to dubstep, punk and hip hop, styles merge into one relentless deluge of ill beats. Kutmah cannot be overlooked. Last but not least come the Hidden Orchestra, a truly hidden gem hailing from Scotland to deliver their much-loved live show with two drummers; and a mixture of deep electronica with jazz (and a sprinkling of krautrock) that is making the delights of crowds the world over. Make sure you get in early for this! Line-up: Daedelus (exclusive live AV set) Luke Vibert aka Wagon Christ Kutmah Hidden Orchestra Info & tickets: http://www.soundcrashmusic.com/daedelus-luke-vibert/
  13. http://www.percussionlab.com/sets/syd_syside/techno_kid Plastikman - Lasttrak Andy Stott - Passed Me By Andy Stott - Execution Plastikman - In Side Strafe - Set it Off (Instrumental) DMX Krew - Made Your Point Luke Vibert - Analord DATacide - Torsion Aphex Twin - Xtal Plastikman - Marbles Autechre - Second Scout VHS Head - Movies That Never Were Transllusion - Walking With Clouds DATacide - Strategies The Martian - Stardancer DATacide - The Ecstacy of Communication AFX - Elephant Song Autechre - Second Peng http://www.percussionlab.com/sets/syd_syside/lord_lawyer The Black Dog - DISinformation Desk Jeff Mills - Something In The Sky Part 7 track 3 The Black Dog - CCTV Nation (Redshape Analog Mix) The Black Dog - Kissing Someone Else's D.O.G. (Octogen Nightdrive Mix) Regis - Solution (Voice) The Black Dog - Floods V3.2 (Surgeon Remix) Jeff Mills - Untitled Renegade Soundwave - The Phantom (Remix) Sigha - Politics of Dying Echospace - Symbolism In Transition Andy Stott - Hertzog X-103 - Hagia Triada The Black Dog - End Of Time Regis - Execution Ground Robert Hood - Minus British Murder Boys - Be Like I Am Regis - Rites Surgeron - Radiance Regis - Wound Us Surgeon - Set One British Murder Boys - Rule By Law British Murder Boys - Fist
  14. from here Tracklist: - Coreshine Voodoo - Explorers - Dolphin - Approaching Rainbow - Blossom Quarter - Rapid Racer sAMPLES hERE "With Coreshine Voodoo, wunderkind Lone makes his R&S debut and we’re super hyped to have him along for the ride! With these 6 tracks we’ve got a honing of the styles we saw on display on Emerald Fantasy Tracks with a stronger focus on the floors of Detroit & Chicago, which sits so perfectly in the newly invigorated R&S camp. Known to his friends and family as Matt Cutler, Lone started life as a bedroom child producer in Nottingham experimenting with Hip Hop, early 90s Hardcore, Techno and Electronic music for years before dropping his lush, dream-hop début opus 'Lemurian' to critical acclaim. A remix of Bibio for Warp followed, whilst Werk Discs released the follow up album 'Ecstasy & Friends'. Swerving the dream-hop moniker attributed to earlier work, this EP picks up where last year’s stunning album “Emerald Fantasy Tracks“ left off. Distilling so many different ‘labels’ and ‘influences’ into just 9 tracks, EFT explored the heavier sounds of Chicago house & Detroit Techno through to early Warp releases and 90's London rave/hardcore with cinematic overtones. Aimed at destroying parties whilst staying true to his beautiful, nostalgic melodic style essentially. The complex rhythms and drum programming and huge stabs at the drop make Coreshine Voodoo the pick of the tracks for full dancefloor distortion. It’d be just at home in the Motor City as in the steely English North, whilst finding time to jam with the drum machines of Ceephax or Luke Vibert… and yet it’s still so characteristically Lone. On Explorers we delve deeper into the Detroit flavor drawing up comparisons with Carl Craig and Model 500. With a true understanding of melody that permeates through the track whilst still using the great washes of sound and looped-up, effected vocals this has end-of-nighter written all over it. Further down the line through this stunning EP, Dolphin focuses it’s swathes of sound via a simple but effective synth line with washes of reverbed melody from all sides. The darker bleep core of Rapid Racer reminds me of last summer when Mr. Jeff Mills tore the roof off Space with just his 909. This time though Lone’s managed to sneak a melody in, alongside some off-kilter vocal sample re-imaginings. It’s like all my favourite types of electronic music squeezed into a single track. God knows what he’s making this on but it sounds like it was made in a grimy Detroit warehouse, circa 1984 then rinsed through Castle Morton, on through the legendary Warp rave in Battersea Power Station, back through the Balearic isle and over to the Rotters Golf Club. Blossom Quarter tones thing down briefly with Mr Cutler’s Boards-esque constructions sneaking in, till the Casio-core lets loose. You’re looking for a more complex description but let’s be honest, it’s as if Network Records were have a head on battle with Planet E whilst Boards adjudicated. Approaching Rainbow rounds the EP off into more mellow territories. We need to rest those feet after those first 5 tracks anyway! A truly special EP from a rising star of the further reaches of electronic sonic scopes."
  15. Luke Vibert @ Public Works San Francisco Thursday, June 16, 2011 at 9:00 PM - Friday, June 17, 2011 at 2:00 AM (PT) San Francisco, CA http://publicsf.com/events/luke-vibert-ninja-tune-4713 TICKETS
  16. http://www.gladefestival.com/ Its back. Tickets on sale in January, new venue, reduced capacity, back to its roots... Here's hoping they can rebound perfectly from the disasterous cancellation earlier this year. 5 years in a row for me 2005-2009, what an amazing festival. *edit* Full Line-up as its released....
  17. Hey anyone know what the sample at the beginning of voyage into the unknown on Big Soup is? I love that there is a luke vibert subforum, the only reason its not busier is because he basically seems to be quite normal so no one has crazy conspiracy stories to liven things up
  18. Luke often drops this acid track with military marching samples in it, it's in various sets of his and when I heard it again in his set from Bloc this year I realised it was about time I found out what it was. Here's the set, it's about the third track in and it has various vocal snippets including the marching chants of "left, right, left, right, left". Luke Vibert @ Bloc 2011
  19. http://soundcloud.com/djmag/dj-weekly-podcast-38 Enjoy :emotawesomepm9:
  20. Celtronicfestival Derry 2011 line-up announced: June 29th - July 3rd. Headliners include Carl Craig (Planet E-Detroit), Luke Vibert (Warp-Ninja Tune), Jesper Dahlback(Drumcode), The Magician(ex Aeroplane), Will Saul (Simple-Aus Music), Tom Middleton, Space Dimension Controller (R&S), Pariah(R&S), Blawan (R&S-Hessle Audio), Phil Kieran, Boxcutter, Psycatron, Screendeath. More to be announced. Fucking Luke Vibert. Missed him twice this year. Cant Wait.
  21. Posthuman - Future Music Sessions #1 First broadcast on Future Music Radio, 10th May 2011 - http://www.future-music.co.uk Download mp3 here: http://soundcloud.com/posthuman/future-music-posthuman/download Tracklisting: Airliner - Everyday Marco Passarani - Salty Vibes Nina Simone - Feeling Good (Hrdvsion Remix) Global Goon - Borkend Algo - Cathode B12 - Free Flight Tudor Acid - Same Time As Before Andoyne - Empire of Time Red Snapper - Racing Snake (Grey Matter Remix) C-Mantle - P Ricoeur Lifecycle - Self Destruction (Dead Sound Remix) Franki Juncaj - Moodstream Kirk Degiorgio - Machine Theme Echaskech - How To Fly John Tejada - Unstable Condition Mouldy Soul - 1996 Paul Blackford - Plasma Energy (Shinra Remix) Luke's Anger - Badman Get Badder Iungliss - Time Posthuman - Lander (Brake 7's Jeep Following Mix) Enable.Ed - Arel Depiq Nightwave - You Are My High Salva - Baroque Sky76 - Lost of References ADJ - Harvest Analogue Square - Do I Know You From Somewhere Rumpistol - We're Not Gonna Make It Anshlavs - Certain Ukkonen - Kaksi Tony Rohr - Slowburn Luke Vibert & Richard Wigglesworth - Acid Cowl Mark Archer - 21-41
  22. Luke Vibert name drops this guy. which albums should i check out?
  23. Hey guys, my first post here! Does anyone know the name of this track from Luke Vibert - Live at Mongrel vs Agro 2010-06-05? *See attached file* Its at around 65:00 and has digeridoo sounds in it which then fades into 'Aphex Twin - Digeridoo' afterwards. Thanks!! lukevdig.mp3
  24. Fireside Chat Vibert music/interview he talks about his discography, pretty cool with good track selections.
  25. Download On Mixcloud http://radio.earstroke.com/mixes/Vax-TechNoir.mp3 Vex'd & Warrior Queen - Take Time Out Bombaman - Bushido Robot Bloodman - Remote Viewing Al Tourettes - When I Rest I Rust Consequence - Snakes & Skulls Badawi - More Of The Same DJG - Avoid The Noid (Headhunter Remix) Bombaman - Diminished Separation (Uggle Remix) Skream - Rollin' Kicks Vax - IHTFP Doctor J - Let's Rave DJG - Apophenia (VIP) Luke Vibert - Belief File Orphan101 - Disemble Nailer - Before The Storm (Ans Remix) Orphan101 & Bloodman - Au Delà :trashbear: :trashbear: :trashbear: :trashbear: :trashbear:
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