You Butterfly - Luke Slater - Wireless (CD, Album)

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Download You Butterfly - Luke Slater - Wireless (CD, Album)
1999
Label: NovaMute - ANOMU70CD • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Breaks, Electro


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  • <cite class="fn">Kazrarn </cite>
    Jul 09,  · Something you cannot listen unless restless all the same, the album came out and ripped any contemporary sonic terrorist to shreds. Unless you're prepared for it, 'Wireless' might affect you in many ways, most notably bruising up someone's face - /5().
  • <cite class="fn">Nigal </cite>
    Oct 05,  · Slater's the artist who dropped Freek Funk back in '97, one of the sharper albums of the year and a meaty ride through funk-fueled techno. Wireless instead culls strong influences from electro and breakbeat, and a dose of odd effects for good measure; that's all well and good, unless your breaks sound instantly dated ("Sheer Five Five" plays like an 80's /5(8).
  • <cite class="fn">Shaktijora </cite>
    Album · · 13 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free.
  • <cite class="fn">Kaziran </cite>
    Sep 23,  · From a lesser techno producer, Wireless would smack of a breakbeat sellout, an album that simply trades in Chemical Brothers and Fatboy Slim's brand of old-school techno. But just as Moby wisely stuck to his melodic strengths while crafting a breakbeat-inspired album (the same year's Play), Slater never deserts his own strongpoint — intense, pummeling drum 4/5(98).
  • <cite class="fn">Zulurisar </cite>
    Slater's the artist who dropped Freek Funk back in '97, one of the sharper albums of the year and a meaty ride through funk-fueled techno. Wireless instead culls strong influences from electro and breakbeat, and a dose of odd effects for good measure; that's all well and good, unless your breaks sound instantly dated ("Sheer Five Five" plays like an 80's rap track) /5(8).
  • <cite class="fn">Milmaran </cite>
    14 rows · From a lesser techno producer, Wireless would smack of a breakbeat sellout, an .
  • <cite class="fn">Dakasa </cite>
    referencing Wireless, 2xLP, NOMU70LP The follow-up to a very well received major-label debut, Wireless sees Slater expanding his range as a producer into backbeat-driven styles like old-school rap and electro, a far cry from the pummeling techno of his youth but no less intriguing despite the fact.
  • <cite class="fn">Aralkis </cite>
    Luke Slater was born in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. Turned on to music via early experiments with sounds and noises on his father's old reel-to-reel, rather than by any affinity to a particular musical subculture, Slater set about defining his vision during on the fledgling label Jelly Jam, an offshoot of the Brighton record shop of the same name where he was .

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