out now: L.B. Dub Corp – Side Effects [Mote-Evolver]

 

Artist:
L.B.Dub Corp

 

Title:
Side Effects

 

Label:
Mote-Evolver

 

Cat#:
MOTELP04

 

Release Date:
18th May 2018

 

Format:
LP, 12inch & digital

 

Tracklist Vinyl:
01.
Reel One

02.
Night Time Hawk

03.
Edge 7

04.
IELBEE

05.
Float When You Can

06.
Bass Machine

07.
Forever In A Day

08.
LBEES Jam

 

Tracklist Digital:
01.
Reel One

02.
Night Time Hawk

03.
Edge 7

04.
IELBEE

05.
Float When You Can

06.
Bass Machine

07.
Forever In A Day

08.
LBEES Jam

09.
See The Light

10.
We Are Going Home

11.
Calling The Spirit

 

Tracklist 12Inch:
01.
See The Light

02.
We Are Going Home

03.
Calling The Spirit

 

Press Info:
May sees Luke Slater return to his Mote-Evolver imprint under his L.B.Dub Corp guise with an album entitled ‘Side Effects’.

Reflecting on a career spanning three decades, Luke Slater is a true dance music legend. The British producer has not only been pivotal in the rise of techno but his work continues to play a vital role in driving the genre forward, particularly under his Planetary Assault Systems name. Following its launch in 2006, Slater’s L.B.Dub Corp moniker has been responsible for refreshing house music on labels like Mote-Evolver and Ostgut Ton, with the latter hosting the pseudonym’s debut album in 2013. ‘Side Effects’ is the project’s first body of work since then.

“I wrote the tracks over the last year between being on the road as P.A.S. and playing a few L.B.Dub Corp house sets, which naturally evolved into ‘Side Effects’ almost accidentally” – Luke Slater

Crashing stabs and a rolling hook inaugurate the album in ‘Reel One’ before the meandering ‘Night Time Hawk’ demonstrates effervescent effects and bursts of white noise. Commanding kicks and a moody bassline make up the robust ‘Edge 7’ whilst ‘IELBEE’ exhibits a bouncy aesthetic complete with intricate melodies. ‘Float When You Can’ is dark and ominous from the off but an echoing note sequence adds a glimmer of light, making way for the reverberating mechanics of ‘Bass Machine’ before leading into the ghostly and twisted ‘Forever In A Day’. ‘LBEES Jam’ is the most lighthearted track on the album with its twinkling lead melody, moving into a soulful and vocal driven affair named ‘See The Light’ until things get dusky and percussive in ‘We Are Going Home’. Finally, Slater rounds off the release with the intricate snaking cut ‘Calling The Spirit’.

 

Listen:

 

Full Track Streaming:
“Reel One”

“Bass Machine”

“Night Time Hawk”

“Float When You Can”

 

Recommendations:
L.B. Dub Corp’s album “Unknown Origin” on Ostgut Ton
L.B. Dub Corp’s EP “Turner’s House” on Ostgut Ton
L.B. Dub Corp’s EP “Take It Down (In Dub)” on Ostgut Ton
all stuff on Mote-Evolver

 

Buy Vinyl:
Deejay
Decks
Juno
Red Eye Records
Technique JP
Hardwax
more soon

 

Buy Bonus 12 Inch:
Deejay
more soon

 

Buy Digital:
WhatPeoplePlay
Beatport Classic
JunoDownload
Hardwax
more soon

 

Booking:
Paramount Artists

 

Websites:
Luke Slater @ Facebook
Mote-Evolver
Mote-Evolver @ Facebook

 

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