Luke Vibert, Lover´s Acid

26 enero 2009 | |

Lover's Acid, though, reveals Vibert as a producer with a keen sense of musical humor and an abiding interest in funkiness. "Funky Acid Stuff" from the "'95-'99" 12-inch is an excellent opener-- a James Brown bassline sample combined with big, splashy drums, which drives an wonderfully obnoxious acid line through the center of the thing. The breaks on "Acid2000" also draw rhythmic inspiration from hip-hop, with a simple piano progression serves as a delicious contrast to the busy electronics. On these tracks it's enjoyable to hear Vibert's instrumental hip-hop Ninja Tune aesthetic with the lead 303 way out front.

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