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On Ninja Tune. So, for those of you who don't know the full and unexpurgated Luke Vibert story, it goes a little somethin' like this: Luke Vibert was born and brought up in Cornwall. His dad was a crazy Jimi Hendrix fan and then got into punk. His mum preferred Yves Montand and the Beatles. He went to school. His favourite subject is unknown.

Young master Vibert started playing in various bands and basically making a bad noise - he puts the oddness of the 'Cornwall Skool' So, for those of you who don't know the full and unexpurgated Luke Vibert story, it goes a little somethin' like this:. Luke Vibert was born and brought up in Cornwall. Spurred on by the success of Aphex, Luke began to think about Plug the band out some of his music. A new label called Rising High contacted Luke - they were looking for new ambient acts so Luke said he was making ambient music he wasn't. Wagon Christ was born.

Having convinced the label and many of the Plug the band buying his records that he was a new ambient guru, Wagon Christ continued to make sizzling, funky chunks of exotic business culminating in the masterful 'Throbbing Pouch'. But by this time, he had also discovered the joys of name-changing. Rephlex released his Vibert-Simmonds project weird and slightly droney collaborations with a man named Simmonds.

Blue Planet released his drum 'n' bass s under the moniker Plug.

Mo' Wax ed him up for an album under the most radical title yet: Luke Vibert. Wagon Christ saw some major label action courtesy of Virgin, while Luke Vibert began a collaboration with renowned steel guitar player BJ Cole. Now, Wagon Christ is on Ninja incidentally, the place where he has already released some of his finest remixes and tunes. Other Plug the band include producing an album for a US rapper and continuing live malarkeys with BJ Cole. Young master Vibert started playing in various bands and basically making a bad noise - he puts the oddness Plug the band the 'Cornwall Skool' contemporaries Aphex This could be the worst homelessness crisis in the last 50 years and we can do something about it!

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