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Boomkat Product Review:
Luke Slater gets back to his best as L.B. Dub Corp with a strong batch of spheric jackers and spaced out swingers for his Mote Evolver label
Where prevailing trends have tilted towards classic house, garage and trance, Slater is following his nose for a leaner sort of mix of classic early ‘90s house and the kinda minimal techno less heard since its early ‘00s heyday. To be fair that era’s due a 20 year revival, so maybe Slater’s just ahead of the curve?
Check for highlights in the hypnotic slow swagger of LBEES Jam, the rolling sound design of Reel One, the chunky pull of Edge 7, and the early/mid ‘00s minimal tekkers of Float When You Can and the ruggeder bleeper Forever In A Day.