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Sentimental Hardcore - Wagon Christ - Toomorrow (CDr, Album)

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  2. Apr 19,  · The UK producer also known as Wagon Christ, Amen Andrews, Plug, Spac Hand Luke, and more has released music every single year since , the only exceptions being a brief pause in , and the drought that just ended today with the release of the new Wagon Christ album Toomorrow.
  3. Now, Wagon Christ is on Ninja (incidentally, the place where he has already released some of his finest remixes and tunes). Other projects include producing an album for a US rapper and continuing live malarkeys with BJ Cole. 'Toomorrow' will be released 14th March , on .
  4. Wagon Christ is one the musical identities employed by recording artist/producer Luke Vibert.
  5. Luke Vibert (born 26 January ) is a British electronic musician and producer, best known for his work under several aliases such as Plug and Wagon diatronbedistveticocotermversuncbuf.xyzinfo in Cornwall, Vibert began releasing projects in the s across varied genres, including techno, drum 'n' bass, and trip diatronbedistveticocotermversuncbuf.xyzinfo has recorded on labels such as Rephlex, Ninja Tune, Planet Mu, and Warp.
  6. Keeping the flag raised for sampladelic techno the way it used to be made in the late '90s and early s (especially helpful for anyone still waiting on that second Avalanches LP), Luke Vibert's Wagon Christ project returned on diatronbedistveticocotermversuncbuf.xyzinfoers curious about potential detours through indie folk or British neo-soul obviously haven't been paying attention for the past two decades; Vibert 7/
  7. Featuring the title track (the ace vocal cut from the "Sorry I Make You Lush" album), plus 3 new tracks - the most notable fo which is "Deux Ans De Maia" - a vintage Vibert track full of alien disco noises, tweaks and just the right amount of eerieness to get your soul funked out. Very cool indeed.

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