LUKE SLATER -
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01
L.B. Dub Corp Rhythm Division
03 :08
02
Colin Zyskowski For The Asking
02 :59
03
Sleeparchive Transposition Reverse
02 :32
04
Guy J and Sahar Z. Hazui (Gui Boratto Remix)
04 :37
05 03 :48
06
Tres Demented Brain Freeze
03 :54
07
Putsch '79 Doin' It
02 :08
08
Switch A Bit Patchy
03 :58
10 02 :39
11 02 :45
12
Spank Rock (feat. Amanda Blank) Bump (Switch Remix)
01 :33
13
Luke Slater She Showed Me Heaven
03 :52
14 05 :04
15 04 :31
16 03 :55
17
Perspects Strap
02 :19
18 02 :29
19
Jürgen Driessen The Message
02 :23
20
Martin Buttrich Full Clip
02 :14
21
Basic Channel Phylyps Trak II/II
05 :10
22
Planetary Assault Systems GT
03 :56
ARTIST
TITLE
Fabric 32
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
FABRIC 063CD FABRIC 063CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
2/11/2014

2007 release. Luke Slater's been a favorite of Fabric's for a long time. His platform as one of the creators of UK/Detroit's techno marriage, blending the intensity of techno's hardest funk and minimal flavors with the sweet swagger and chunky bristle of a fat street party, established much of the music Fabric programs week-in, week-out. While always returning under his own moniker, his releases under the aliases Slots For Bill, 7th Plain, The, Clementine, Deputy Dawg, L.B. Dub Corp, Lloyd Owes Me A Packet, Morganistic, Offset, Planetary Assault Systems, Translucent, Heamaglobien, Machine, Re-Animator, and Spinach continue to arrest the zeitgeist's understanding of his form. Even more so now with the mottos operandi of his beloved independent label, Mote-Evolver, allowing fans access to his sound - techno that's driving, majestic, tough and, above all, unpredictable - with an immediacy that only our instant- gratification digital generation can appreciate: fans can download his studio creations the very second they're finished. Artists include: L.B. Dub Corp, Colin Zyskowski, Sleeparchive, Guy J and Sahar Z, Markus Lange, Tres Demented, Putsch '79, Switch, Luke Slater, Shakes, Spank Rock, Raudive, Juan Maclean, Perspects, Mock And Toof, Activator, Jürgen Driessen, Martin Buttrich, Basic Channel, and Planetary Assault Systems.