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Luke Vibert (Warp Records, Ninja Tune) @ Elevate Festival 2016, Dom im Berg - Graz (21.10.2016)

Luke Vibert (Warp Records, Ninja Tune) @ Elevate Festival 2016, Dom im Berg - Graz (21.10.2016)

Chart positions

This show was 11th in the global jungle chart, 13th in the global experimental chart and 65th in the global electronica chart.

It’s fair to say that musicians detest pigeonholing. Luke Vibert, also known as Wagon Christ, Plug, Amen Andrews, Kerrier District – and more – gets around this burden by having a musical personality verging on schizophrenia. His multiple personalities provide a rich output of work ranging from experimental drum‘n’bass on one album, via instrumental hip-hop on the next, to acid house comfortably sitting somewhere in the middle. Hailing from Cornwall, UK, he grew up on hip-hop and Herbie Hancock, down the round from Aphex Twin, whose early bedroom tapes passed around the area inspired Luke to depart from his youthful punk bands into solo electronic composition. An avid record collector with a post-modern approach to music, Luke samples rare grooves and interesting library music from his collection to create a unique sound.

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