Drum'n'bass, acid techno, disco, jazz, hip-hop and even ... country. Long is the list of genres that Luke Vibert has experimented with. The artist is known under many stage names. It turns out that electronic music fans very quickly become attached to the style of a particular artist, so if they start mixing the genres, they have take into account the fact that they could lose fans (this is the view of Vibert himself).
To avoid this, Luke Vibert changes his stage names as often as the tracks in his recordings. Coming from Cornwall, the modern mastero of electronic music has performed as: Amen Andrews, Plug, Spac Hand Luke, Kerrier District, and has collaborated with major labels such as Ninja Tune. The electronic and club sounds produced by this artist rarely leave anyone indifferent. Industrial halls, filled to the last seat, in which Luke Vibert's sound mixes capture the crowds for hours and hours of dancing, spread from London to St. Petersburg. However, if someone is a bit taken aback by the boldness of Vibert's ideas, let us address them with the title of one of his albums, "Stop the Panic". This stuff makes even the philharmonic spin.
Luke Vibert | LAB 5: El- vibration