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|1.||"Reel One" (6:42)|
|2.||"Night Time Hawk" (5:14)|
|1.||"Edge 7" (feat Aurelie Yung) (5:49)|
|1.||"Float When You Can" (7:08)|
|2.||"Bass Machine" (5:26)|
|1.||"Forever In A Day" (6:23)|
|2.||"LBEES Jam" (6:31)|
The legendary British producer Luke Slater fires up his L.B. Dub Corp alias once again. This is some of the first original material by him under this alias for the first time since 2013's magnificent Unknown Origin EP on Ostgut Ton. Deep and experimental grooves on the house tip is just one of the ways to describe this interesting side project, with Slater explaining that he wrote the tracks over the last year - between touring as Planetary Assault Systems, the LSD project (with Steve Bicknell and Function) and playing a few L.B. Dub Corp house sets - which inadvertently evolved into the material on this album. From moments of austere bounce like on the dynamic opener "Reel One", to seething factory floor dubs such as "Edge 7" (feat Aurelie Yung) and moments of slow burning hypnotism like on "Forever In A Day"- nobody quite does it like Slater.
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