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  1. From the album: Toomorrow (2011)

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Luke_VibertLuke Vibert - Wikipedia

    Luke Vibert (born 26 January 1973) is a British electronic musician and producer, also known for his work under several aliases such as Plug and Wagon Christ.Raised in Cornwall, Vibert began releasing projects in the 1990s across varied genres, including techno, drum and bass, and trip hop.He has recorded on labels such as Rephlex, Ninja Tune, Planet Mu, and Warp.

  3. 7 de mar. de 2011 · With recent releases on both Planet Mu and Rephlex, Luke Vibert remains one of the key players in the scene that developed out of Cornwall and the West Country in the mid-nineties. 'Toomorrow' is a funny, clever, swinging, moving reminder of why.

  4. Escucha Toomorrow por Luke Vibert en Deezer. Toomorrow, Manalyze This!, Ain't He Heavy, He's My Brother...

  5. 14 de mar. de 2011 · Keeping the flag raised for sampladelic techno the way it used to be made in the late '90s and early 2000s (especially helpful for anyone still waiting on that second Avalanches LP), Luke Vibert 's Wagon Christ project returned on Toomorrow.

  6. 10 de mar. de 2011 · Toomorrow is Luke Vibert’s first outing as Wagon Christ since Sorry I Make You Lush in 2004 and if you needed a masterclass in sample transmutation, this is it. From the intro onward Toomorrow defines its remit as a sampletastic venture into middle tempo breaks reminiscent of the now absent Avalanches .

  7. Primeros años: 1990s. El interés de Luke Vibert por la música electrónica llegó a través de su interés tanto por el hip hop como por la experimentación en la producción realizada de modo casero (lo que en el ámbito de la IDM se conoce como "bedroom producer"). Junto a su amigo Jeremy Simmonds publicó su primer álbum en Rephlex Records, "Vibert/Simmonds", lo que atrajo la atención ...