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PHNCST169 - Welcome To The Rave - 2003. Luke Slater is a very prolific recording artist from the UK working under several pseudonyms making a wide variety of electronic music. His story begins at the Mi Price record store, Croydon, where he worked alongside Colin Dale (no introductions necessary) and Alan Sage (recording partner-to-be) and moved on to Jelly Jam Records of Brighton where his recording career really began. Luke's vinyl debut was unleashed in 1989 under the Translucent moniker entitled "Momentary Vision".
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Luke Slater is a man who needs little introduction. A true lynchpin of the UK techno scene, he boasts a career spanning 20 years and counting – both under his Planetary Assault Systems alias and his own name. Despite this lengthy stint in the industry, he’s an artist who refuses to rest, continuing to drop remixes, mixes and play live. Now, his ’90s classic ‘Love’ is being given the remix treatment by none other than Burial, as well as Marcel Dettmann, Lucy, Scuba, Silent Servant and more
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Luke Slater (b. 12 June 1968, Reading, Berkshire, England) is an English electronic musician, DJ and record producer from Crawley, UK. He is one of the UK's longest standing techno producers and DJs, active since the late 1980s when he worked in the Mi Price record shop. He was involved with the founding of the Jelly Jam Records shop and label, and went on to release on a number of seminal labels. Was also a resident DJ at Troll. The album adds a more ethereal side to Slater's dancefloor-friendly sound, stretching ambient textures over a thin rhythmic framework. The follow-up Wireless experimented with electro and breakbeats to great effect. Since the late '80s, Luke Slater has helped define the .
Luke Slater's alter egos go head to head. Luke Slater: Back from the brink. gideon (at) hemisphere. 1. Appears most with. Planetary Assault Systems Function Marcel Dettmann Ben Klock Marcel Fengler.
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